The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari

The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
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Bill

the German impressionism paved the way to the posterior surrealism. Enough prove is the scenery and decoration. Probably its best exponent was (at least in cinematography) Jean Cocteau. I recommend the Orpheus trilogy, specially the first two

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Mike

A classic for a reason! German expressionism is highly entertaining, and this early horror film is a must see.

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Payman

Thank you.

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Nicole

awesome score

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Joseph

wow! what a fantastic score! i love this movie but this score blew me away!

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Ellen

The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari: Or, The Saxophone Player Has Lost His Marbles

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Joshua

Essential early horror cinema. One of the great masterpieces.

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Lauren

Such a classic! The production design and cinematography are so beautiful and it sets such an effectively creepy tone. A must see for all horror and film history buffs.

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Anonymous

mmmmmm Spooky. There is a definite creepy atmosphere. Not bad for 1919

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Anonymous

The soundtrack is undoubtedly amazing.

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