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A Look At The Mise-En-Scene In The Climax of NOSFERATU (1922)

Welcome to another Wildcard Wednesday! This past semester in my film class, I was asked to write an essay analyzing the mise-en-scene (all the elements visible in a frame) of a scene in Murnau’s 1922 silent German expressionist film,  940 more words

See-Saw (and see ya in two weeks)

It has been another one of those twenty-four hour periods in which I’ve experienced strange extremes of emotion.  Hearing that my brother’s girlfriend is getting a novel published produced joy, as she’s a very nice person and deserves all advancement, and wretched irrational envy, because the part of the psyche responsible for that sort of thing cannot be convinced that there’s not a limit on the amount of books that can be published. 233 more words


Nosferatu (1922).

This film defined the vampire movie genre forever.