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Ministry of Fear (1944)

After the first couple of paragraphs, this post is pretty much nothing but spoilers. Ye’ve been warned.

During the 30s and early 40s, Austrian-exile Fritz Lang wanted to make not just anti-fascist pictures, but anti- 1,756 more words


Clockwork Managers

Worldwide, 13% of Employees Are Engaged at Work

What is the problem with clockwork toys?

Well, clockwork toys are usually cheap and amusing , they perform limited functions repetitively, they wind down quite quickly and need therefore need constant winding up before they repeat exactly what they did before. 196 more words

"The Town That Dreaded Sundown" (1976) Review

(Originally published on 08/23/2013)

I took a course at Emerson College once about the history of the early days of film. I found it fascinating and was introduced to some classics I would’ve never sought out on my own such as Fritz Lang’s Metropolis, Chaplin’s The Kid, Birth of A Nation, The Cabinet of Dr. 962 more words


John Ford - The Informant (1935)

A well constructed narrative that works at several levels: the political context, personal intellectual capability, loyalties, the charity of giving, forgiveness, and the longing for true liberty. 114 more words

Hendrik Slegtenhorst