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Having recently lost his mother, young and innocent Jon Whiteley follows her last spoken instructions and makes his way back to a village he has never known, seeking out a roguish aristocrat (Stewart Granger) to whom he immediately becomes attached.   224 more words


Final Proposal: Socialism in the interwar period

For my final project, I am thinking about attempting a rather political undergoing, in analyzing the socialist sentiments underlying some of the works of the interwar period that we have examined in this class. 429 more words


Human Desire isn’t nearly as good as the previous year’s Fritz Lang, Glenn Ford, Gloria Grahame collaboration, The Big Heat, but for what it’s worth, the film has a lot going for it. 580 more words

Movie Reviews


Esta semana continuamos a nossa viagem pelos anos épicos do cinema alemão. Como vimos “O Gabinete do Dr. Caligari” (Wiene, 1919) marcou uma época, sendo um filme que para além da componente estética encerrava metáforas constantes e crítica política. 312 more words

M (1931)

Peter Lorre, dir.- Fritz Lang

This is Fritz Lang’s first talking picture and he used some techniques that seem normal to us now, but were unusual at the time. 721 more words

M (1931) and the society at war with itself

Professor of German and Film & media, Anton Kaes, discuses, to some extent, butchery, madness, and the loss of innocence in his article on Fritz Lang’s cult film “ 1,187 more words