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Man Hunt (1941) Fritz Lang

Man Hunt (1941)
Directed by Fritz Lang
Produced by Kenneth Macgowan, Len Hammond, Darryl F. Zanuck
Screenplay by Dudley Nichols (with help from Lamar Trotti), based on the novel Rogue Male by Geoffrey Household… 802 more words


The Day That Fritz Lang Stuck Two Fingers Up at the Nazi Party

Fritz Lang is one of the greatest directors in the history of film. Even though many people did not appreciate him during his active years, which allegedly hurt him on a personal level, he will forever be remembered for some of the most brilliant films in our history. 464 more words


The Concerns of Power in Metropolis and 1984

Fritz Lang’s 1927 science fiction film ‘Metropolis’ and George Orwell’s dystopian novel, “1984”, reflect the social and political consequences of an abuse of power. The film comments on the economic circumstance of Germany following WW1, during a period of rapid economic and technological expansion, and foreshadows a socially repressive context that parallels with ‘1984’. 1,094 more words

Classic Film

Could it be Remade: Metropolis

Recently, I decided to go through my computer and watch some of the older movies that I had on here. One of them was the 1927 silent masterpiece  127 more words

Opinion Pieces

Film Noir Friday: While the City Sleeps (1956)

A sleazy and steamy film noir about the newspaper business, Fritz Lang’s While the City Sleeps joins Beyond a Reasonable Doubt at the end of the director’s Hollywood career. 657 more words


Joan and Fritz

Fritz Lang was probably one of the most gifted movie directors the world ever had; first in Germany with masterpieces such as Metropolis and M… 1,820 more words