A great film is a work that is very much like a sea, so profound that one, not being able to see the bottom of its depths, returns to it, its mystery and beauty, over and over again, even if only to attain a glimpse of its profoundness. Carl Theodor Dreyer’s The Passion of Joan of Arc is one of these films. A must watch, whether you're a filmmaker or not, but if you are, you better get moving. Passion De, Movie Posters, Comics Book, Arc 1928, De Jeanne, Joan Of Arc, Jeanne Darc, Film Posters, Favorite Movie
Queen Kelly In Kronberg, capital of Ruritania, the queen prepares to marry her cousin, Prince Wolfram, but during exercises with his squadron the prince sees Patricia Kelly, among some girls from an orphanage. He kidnaps her, and takes her to his chateau. Queen Regina emerges in a fury and chases Patricia from the chateau with a lash. Her victim throws herself in the river and drowns, and the prince commits suicide by her coffin. (European version) Stroheim's version is far longer..