zaterdag, januari 22, 2005

 

fw murnau/murglie

date of birth 28 December 1888 Bielefeld, North-Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
date of death 11 March 1931 Santa Barbara, California, USA. (road accident)

what a loss
a story of his stout seas:

Tabu (1931)
... aka Tabu, a Story of the South Seas

wakawaka
ubattu?

City Girl (1930)
... aka Our Daily Bread

wakawaka
another girl in a city

Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans (1927)
... aka Sunrise (USA: short title)



wikawakawika
what a song without singing...
sublis

Faust (1926)
... aka Faust - Eine deutsche Volkssage
... aka Faust: A German Folk Legend (Canada: English title)
ok
letzte & faust

Herr Tartüff (1926)
... aka Tartüff
... aka Tartuffe (USA)
maar ja, zekerst ok

Letzte Mann, Der (1924)
... aka The Last Laugh (USA)




wakawaka
letzte & faust

Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des Grauens (1922)
... aka Nosferatu (USA: short title)
... aka Nosferatu the Vampire (USA)
... aka Nosferatu, a Symphony of Horror
... aka Nosferatu, a Symphony of Terror
... aka Nosferatu: The First Vampire (USA: reissue title)
... aka Terror of Dracula
overrated

Brennende Acker, Der (1922)
... aka Burning Soil
nice one friedrich, super
Sara Hall in person!
THE BURNING SOIL Germany, ca. 110 min. With Eugene Klöpfer, Vladimir Gajdarov
Long considered a lost film, THE BURNING SOIL combines elements of Biblical parable and Zolaesque novel to tell the story of two brothers, one content to be a farmer, the other driven by an all-consuming ambition that focuses on a cursed plot of land known as the “devil’s field.” Released just after NOSFERATU, the film demonstrates Murnau’s growing mastery of visual atmosphere, from the snowy opening to the fiery climax






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