Nosferatu

Nosferatu
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Reinhold

Warum wird der Film nicht auf deutsch gezeigt?

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William

Great film do watch

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BOBBY

What nightmares are made of. A rainy day or night time, all the better.

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Sarah

A classic film that's essential viewing for any fan of horror!

Perhaps the film's best moment comes towards it's conclusion, as we watch Count Orlock's shadow creep towards Ellen. His shadow looms and stretches over the outside of her building as he moves ever closer. This simple ...Read more

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Iffah Suraya

summary of Nosferatu:
hutter is sent to look for mr dracula.
mr dracula makes his way to the house across hutter's. the journey is pretty long. mr dracula sucks the life out of all the crew on the ship.
mr dracula arrives and starts sucking the life out of the townspeople. ...Read more

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Jose

He screamed in fear he'd stayed too long in her room
"The morning sun had come too soon
The spell was broken with a kiss of doom
He vanished into dust left her all alone"

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One of the great silent movies...

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