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The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
A German Expressionist film directed in 1920 by Robert Wiene, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari is above all one of the most striking films of cinema. This film is the first and without a doubt the last cinematic work of art that 80 years later still arouses the passion of critics and analyses of film and art enthusiasts.

Metropolis Metropolis
With Metropolis, Fritz Lang delivered in 1926 one of the first blockbusters in the history of cinema. Contrary to the big budget productions of the time, his film was not lacking in a political and artistic dimension.

Nosferatu Nosferatu
Made in 1922, Nosferatu is the first big screen adaptation of Bram Stoker's Dracula, and it is by far the best. A free adaptation of the famous book, in the hands of director F.W. Murnau the film becomes a multidimensional and personal work that diverts from the original.

Vampyr Vampyr
Directed in 1932 by Carl Theodor Dreyer, better known for The Passion of Joan of Arc, Vampyr, a curious mixture of vampires and ghosts, can be seen as the precursor of a genre (re)launched by the Sixth Sense.

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