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The Student of Prague (1913)

The Student of Prague (Paul Wegener, 1913), a silent horror about a student who signs a pact with a sorcerer after he falls in love with a beautiful countess, but inevitably there's more than he bargained for. Find this at 791.43743 STU

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Aguirre, the Wrath of God (1972)

Aguirre, Wrath of God (Werner Herzog, 1972), Herzog's first collaboration with Klaus Kinski, who plays a ruthless leader of a Spanish expedition through the Amazon. Find this at 791.43743 AGU

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Metropolis (1927)

Metropolis (Fritz Lang, 1927), the first science fiction feature length film and one of the most influential films of all time, 'Metropolis' is an expressionist dystopian epic about power and oppression. Find this at 791.43743 MET

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Berlin: Symphony of a Great City (1927)

Berlin: Symphony of a Great City (Walter Ruttman, 1927), 'city symphonies' were a staple of '20s cinema; this an avant-garde visual impression of life in Berlin, shot in a documentary style. Find this at 791.43737 BER

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Dr. Mabuse: The Gambler (1922)

Dr Mabuse, The Gambler (Fritz Lang, 1922), Lang's crime epic deals with the eponymous doctor of psychology and master of disguise who terrorises Berlin, with only one cop brave enough to pursue him. Find this at 791.43743 DRM

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M (1931)

M (Fritz Lang, 1931), a classic of world cinema, featuring an iconic performance by Peter Lorre, Lang's crime film dissects the manhunt for a child killer, where police and criminals join forces. Find this at 791.43743 M

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The Blue Angel (1930)

The Blue Angel (Josef von Sternberg, 1930), the first collaboration between Marlene Dietrich and von Sternberg, Dietrich is a cabaret dancer who ruins a respected teacher who falls in love with her. Find this at 791.43743 BLU

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Menschen am Sonntag (1930)

People on Sunday (Robert Siodmak, 1929), important in both German and American cinema as many of its personnel later worked in Hollywood, this documentary-style drama accurately portrays daily life in Weimar Germany. Find this at 791.43743 PEO

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The Bridge (1959)

The Bridge (Bernhard Wicki, 1959), set in the closing days of World War Two, it focuses on a group of young men trying to defend their town from the advancing American forces. Find this at 791.43743 BRI

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The Rabbit Is Me (1965)

The Rabbit is Me (Kurt Maetzig, 1965), banned for being politically damaging, this East German film shows the hypocrisy and corruption of the Communist state when a judge has an affair with a girl whose brother he imprisoned. Find this at 17057 (video)

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