Mario Giordano (writer)
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Mario Giordano in 2009.
30 May 1963 |
Munich, West Germany
Mario Giordano (born 30 May 1963) is a German writer.
His novel Black Box (1999), which is based on a true occurrence (Stanford prison experiment) was adapted to a film under the name Das Experiment directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel.  The film was acclaimed and Giordano received for it among other prizes the Bavarian Film Award for Best Screenplay.
- Der aus den Docks
- Black Box (Das Experiment) also as screenplay
- Pangea (together with Andreas Schlüter)
- 1000 Gefühle für die es keinen Namen gibt
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