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THE STORY In Weimar, Germany, a dour and unlikeable high school professor, Immanuel Rath (Emil Jannings), visits the infamous The Blue Angel cabaret, where he falls for the free-spirited singer, Lola-Lola (Marlene Dietrich). Though she has little affection for the … Continue reading
If you follow my posts, then you’ll know I have a passion for the films of Pier Paolo Pasolini, many of which have been restored and re-released through Eureka!’s The Masters of Cinema Series. The latest, Oedipus Rex, is the … Continue reading
Set in a future where America’s war in Vietnam has led to the setting up of detention camps to hold dissidents, director Peter Watkins’ 1971 pseudo-documentary involves a British film crew, led by Watkins himself, following one group of radicals … Continue reading
Best known for his 1930 German Expressionist masterpieces M, Metropolis and Dr Mabuse and his forays into Hollywood film noir in the 1950s, Fritz Lang was all set to call it a day back in 1959 when he got the … Continue reading
Pete’s Peek | Get a taste of 1950s Italy with Masters of Cinema’s new Michelangelo Antonioni releases
Michelangelo Antonioni, who died in 2007, belonged to that elite group of Italian film-makers who made a huge impact on world cinema following the Second World War. Best known for maverick fare like L’avventura, Blow Up and Zabriskie Point in … Continue reading