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Der Müde Tod

Der Müde Tod

Directed by Fritz Lang

Germany, 1921

HOME, 14 June 2017

When a young woman tries to save her beloved’s life, she finds that she must offer Death another life in his stead. 223 more words

Film Review

May I please recuse myself?

Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ testimony before the Senate Intel Committee revealed one thing. Well-rehearsed anger is less effective than genuine disgust.

 

With the proper training, Mr. 403 more words

Poetry

Clash by Night

Film Noir Odyssey

Writer: Alfred Hayes

Based on the play “Clash by Night” by Clifford Odets

Director: Fritz Lang

Cinematographer: Nicholas Musuraca

Music: Rob Webb… 1,097 more words

Film Noir

Der müde Tod

A young woman (Lil Dagover) bargains with Death to save the live of her beloved (Walter Janssen). She is sent to three historical periods where she is required to save a life. 231 more words

Reviews

Episode 107 - "In Germany, It's Just Called 'Expressionism'"

In this episode, the guys start a brief series of genre studies. First on the docket: German expressionism, represented by Robert Wiene’s The Cabinet of Dr. 202 more words

Episodes

The Big Heat

The Big Heat

Directed by Fritz Lang

USA, 1953

HOME, 6 June 2017

One of those unfussy, well-crafted films that you come back to again and again. 233 more words

Film Review

CineVue Review: Der Mude Tod

★★★★☆

The English title of Fritz Lang’s 1921 Der Müde Tod, or Destiny, may well be snappier, but the literal translation – The Weary Death – is surely the more poignant. 133 more words

Films