The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari 1920 (2008) Horror Movie Review
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The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (Enhanced) 1920
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Released in 1920, The Cabinet of Doctor Caligari (Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari) was literally years ahead of its time and remains a triumphant accomplishment in the genre of German Expressionism. Remembered mainly for its stunning sets, which featured crooked buildings and twisted landscapes, “Caligari” also boasts one of the first attempts at a twist ending, something quite new and shocking for its time.
Told mainly from the point of view of Francis, a young man who lives in the small village of Holstenwall, Germany, “Caligari” tells the tale of murder and madness which seems to accompany the arrival of a carnival. Francis and his best friend Alan go to the carnival and are presented with the sideshow attraction Cesare the Somnambulist, a gaunt and hideous young man who spends his life sleeping in a coffin-like cabinet and seems able to predict the future when awake.
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About The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari 1920 (2008)
Starring: Werner Krauss Conrad Veidt
Runtime: 75 minutes
Director: Robert Wiene