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Film Noir Friday: Beyond a Reasonable Doubt (1956)

Fritz Lang’s last American motion picture is the 1956 film noir Beyond a Reasonable Doubt. Written by Douglas Morrow, this film has a shoestring budget but nevertheless boasts big names like Dana Andrews and Joan Fontaine. 631 more words


Ο ατμοσφαιρικός κόσμος του Γερμανικού Εξπρεσιονισμού

Στο άρθρο αυτό  θα επικεντρωθούμε στον εξπρεσιονισμό όπως αυτός εκφράστηκε στη μεγάλη οθόνη, και θα παραθέσουμε κάποιες από τις  σημαντικότερες ταινίες του είδους, που αν δεν έχετε επιχειρήσει να δείτε , πρέπει.


Zounds! (of Silence): A Full/Empty Argument

If that isn’t a pretentious title, I don’t know what is.

I’ve given myself a specific goal to avoid passive consumption of films, television shows, and literature. 596 more words

Secret Behind the Door

Michael Redgrave and Joan Bennett

Fritz Lang, 1947


Ministry of Fear (1944)

Director: Fritz Lang

Early in Ministry of Fear, Stephen Neale (Ray Milland) demands to a fortune teller that she should, “Forget the past, tell me the future.” It’s a perfect sentiment for a film devoutly paranoid, where even an inspector of Scotland Yard is initially rendered as a frightening suspected Nazi. 246 more words


History of Sci-Fi Cinema 3: "Metropolis"

Metropolis (1927)
Written by Thea von Harbou
Directed by Fritz Lang
Starring Gustav Fröhlich, Brigitte Helm, Alfred Abel

The Mediator Between the Head and the Hands Must Be the Heart! 740 more words

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