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Ay Lin 5 years ago
Impressionable metaphoric imagery. Reminded me of German fairytales.
Michael Cole almost 7 years ago
Recommend for those who like German silent films that delve into dilemma of man's morality
Humberto Octavio almost 4 years ago
Henke 6 years ago
Gospodarica Zmajeva over 6 years ago
Faust (German title: Faust - Eine deutsche Volkssage) is a silent film produced in 1926 by UFA, directed by F.W. Murnau, starring Gösta Ekman as Faust, Emil Jannings as Mephisto, Camilla Horn as Gretchen/Marguerite, Frida Richard as her mother, Wilhelm Dieterle as her brother and Yvette Guilbert as Marthe Schwerdtlein, her aunt. Murnau's film draws on older traditions of the legendary tale of Faust as well as on Goethe's classic version. UFA wanted Ludwig Berger to direct Faust, as Murnau was engaged with Variety; Murnau pressured the producer and, backed by Jannings, eventually persuaded Erich Pommer to let him direct the movie. Faust was Murnau's last German movie, and directly afterward he moved to the US under contract to William Fox to direct Sunrise (1927); when the film premiered in the Ufa-Palast am Zoo of Berlin, Murnau was already shooting in Hollywood. The demon Mephisto has a bet with an Archangel that he can corrupt a righteous man's soul and destroy in him what is divine...
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