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Cabinet of dr caligari, the the most brilliant example of that dark and twisted film movement known as german expressionism, the cabinet of dr caligari is a plunge into the mind of insanity that severs all ties with the rational world. The cabinet of dr caligari, made in germany in 1919, virtually cornered the market on the concept of disorienting so what david lee fisher has accomplished in his unusual semi-remake. With a seemingly endless amount of streaming options -- not only the titles at our disposal, but services themselves -- we've taken it upon ourselves to highlight the titles that have recently hit the interwebs.
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Whenever people talk about expressionism it is always nosferatu, metropolis, faust, the cabinet of dr caligari what about destiny, the last laugh, the golem, as well as expressionist experiments. Dr caligari, completed last year, is a kinky updating of the silent german classic the cabinet of dr caligari it stars madeleine reynal, a top argentine model in her american film debut, as the granddaughter of the asylum owner in the 1919 original. Robert wiene's the cabinet of dr caligari (1920) is one of those rare films whose stamp has marked so much of horror, fantasy, and film noir that it hardly seems to have existed in the first place.
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