Franklin

Fritz Lang, the early works / Fritz Lang.

Edition:
[Special ed.].
Publication:
New York : Kino Classics, 2012.
Format/Description:
Video
3 videodiscs (238 min.) : sound, sepia tinted ; 4 3/4 in.
4 3/4 in.
Subjects:
Triangles (Interpersonal relations) -- Japan -- Drama.
Outcasts -- Drama.
Man-woman relationships -- Germany -- Drama.
Man-woman relationships.
Outcasts.
Triangles (Interpersonal relations)
Germany.
Japan.
Form/Genre:
Silent films -- Germany.
Feature films -- Germany.
Foreign films.
Motion pictures -- Germany.
Drama.
Feature films.
Fiction films.
Silent films.
Silent films.
Feature films.
Melodramas (Motion pictures)
Film adaptations.
Motion pictures, German.
Language:
Silent films with English intertitles and added musical accompaniment.
System Details:
DVD, NTSC, Region 1; full screen (1.33:1 aspect ratio) presentation; Dolby Digital.
digital
full screen (1.33:1)
NTSC
video file DVD video region 1
Summary:
Harakiri indulged Lang's fascination with Asian culture and Orientalist design. The wandering shadow was the first collaboration of Lang and Thea von Harbou. It follows a woman who in the wake of a sex scandal, seeks solitude in the Bavarian Alps. Four around the woman involves a society woman who must navigate through a complex web of criminal and emotional intrigues.
Contents:
Disc 1. Harakiri (1919, 87 min.)
Disc 2. The wandering shadow = Das wandernde Bild (1920, 67 min.)
Disc 3. Four around the woman = Kämpfende Herzen, Vier um die Frau (1921, 84 min.).
Participant:
Harakiri: Lil Dagover, Niels Prien, Paul Biensfeldt, Georg John.
The wandering shadow: Mia May, Hans Marr, Loni Nest, Rudolf Klein-Rogge.
Four around the woman: Carola Toelle, Anton Edthofer, Rudolf Klein-Rogge, Ludwig Hartau.
Credits:
Music, Aljoscha Zimmermann.
Harakiri: Directed by Fritz Lang ; produced by Erich Pommer ; screenplay by Max Jungk ; photographed by Max Fassbender.
The wandering shadow: Directed by Fritz Lang ; produced by Joe May ; screenplay by Fritz Lang and Thea von Harbou ; photographed by Guido Seeber.
Four around the woman: Directed by Fritz Lang ; produced by Erich Pommer ; screenplay by Fritz Lang and Thea von Harbou ; photographed by Otto Kanturek.
Notes:
Title from container.
The three films in this collection were remastered from 35mm elements preserved by the Friedrich-Wilhelm-Murnau-Stiftung in association with numerous international archives. Photos courtesy of Filmmuseum Berlin, Stiftung Deutsche Kinemathek.
Contributor:
Lang, Fritz, 1890-1976, film director, screenwriter.
Jungk, Max, 1872-1937, screenwriter.
Harbou, Thea von, 1888-1954, screenwriter.
Fassbender, Max, 1868- director of photography.
Seeber, Guido, 1879-1940, director of photography.
Kanturek, Otto, 1897-1941, director of photography.
Zimmermann, Aljoscha, 1944- composer (expression)
Dagover, Lil, actor.
Prien, Niels, actor.
Biensfeldt, Paul, 1869-1933, actor.
John, Georg, 1879-1934, actor.
May, Mia, 1884-1980, actor.
Marr, Hans, 1878-1949, actor.
Nest, Loni, actor.
Klein-Rogge, Rudolf, actor.
Toelle, Carola, 1893-1958, actor.
Edthofer, Anton, 1883-1971, actor.
Hartau, Ludwig, 1877-1922, actor.
Kino Lorber, Inc., production company.
Kino Classics (Firm), publisher.
Contains:
Harakiri (Motion picture : 1919)
Wandernde Bild.
Vier um die Frau.
Wandering shadow.
Four around the woman.
OCLC:
819414717
Publisher Number:
738329109226
K1092 Kino Lorber
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