Tuesday, 28 September 2010

Arthouse

Werner Herzog, 1974.
A man is locked away for his whole life, when he is mysteriously set free he must face the outside world but finds himself trapped in his own sheltered mind. Can his quest for knowledge can grant his freedom? or is he better off without the influences of fellow mankind. F.W. Murnau, 1922.
When Count Orlok follows, estate agent, Thomas Hutter to the ficticious German city of Wisborg, it is not just property he is interested in. Orlok unleashes a plague on the city and a series of mysterious deaths occur. All that can stop the 'phantom der nacht' is if a pure-hearted woman (Ellen, Hutter's wife) distracts him from the rooster's call. Once he is dead, however, are her troubles over? 1987
The city of Berlin is overlooked by guardian angels, these live in a world of black and white and try to ease the pain and suffering of those living. When one angel falls in love with a living woman, he seeks to become mortal and finds he is not alone. 1920, Robert Weine
You must become Caligari.Dr. Caligari's somnambulist, Cesare, and his deadly predictions.

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