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Noir: The German Influence
Nazi Weimar Noir Noir: The German Influence
Weimar BOESEBOESE LANG MURNAU
CALIGARI (WIENE, 1920)
NOSFERATU (MURNAU, 1922)
METROPOLIS (LANG, 1927)
THE GOLEM (BOESE, 1920)
BATMAN RETURNS (1992)
J O S E P H GOEBBELS
L E N I RIEFENSTAHL
LUIS TRENKER G.W. PABST ARNOLD FANCK
DAS BLAUE LICHT (1932)
THE BLUE LIGHT HITLERS DARLING MOUNTAIN FILMS
TRIUMPH OF THE WILL MOUNTAIN FILMSVICTORY OF FAITH
TRIUMPH OF THE WILL
STAR WARS (1977)
THE LION KING (1994)
TRIUMPH OF THE WILL OLYMPIA I & II MOUNTAIN FILMSVICTORY OF FAITH
J O S E P H GOEBBELS
BIOGRAPHY Martyrs, Politicians Artists, Scientists SHREW-TAMING Request Concert The Great Love TRAVELERS Prodigals Abroad Explorers, Colonizers
PROPAGANDA The Wandering Jew Jud Süss I Accuse! Traitors UN-POLITICAL FILM Musicals Comedies
GULLIVER MICKEY (1934)
MICKEYS SERVICE STATION
M Ü NCHHAUSEN (1943) AGFACOLOR UFA 25 th ANNIVERSARY 6,602,000 marks
M Ü NCHHAUSEN (1943) AGFACOLOR UFA 25 th ANNIVERSARY 37,679,833 dollars
…we must become the dominant film power in Europe. JOESEPH GOEBBELS
Art is.. inordinately hard and sometimes even brutal. JOESEPH GOEBBELS
LÖWENSTEIN ÉMIGRÉ FILMMAKERS DIETRICH
LORRE ÉMIGRÉ FILMMAKERS DIETRICH
KORNGOLDFREUNDKORDA ÉMIGRÉ FILMMAKERS
PREMINGERLUBITSCHCURTIZ ÉMIGRÉ FILMMAKERS
STROHEIMZINNEMANNSIODMAK ÉMIGRÉ FILMMAKERS
WYLER LANG WILDER
BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN
CITIZEN KANE ITALIAN NEO-REALISM GERMAN EXPRESSIONISM
British Gothic Novel roman noir French Poetic Realism weltschmerz
LITERARY FACTORS Dashiell Hammett Raymond Chandler Cornell Woolrich James M. Cain
returning veterans SOCIAL FACTORS
We Can Do It! assertive female work force
Freudian Psychology SOCIAL FACTORS
NOIR STYLE PRODUCTION DESIGN LIGHTING DINGY REALISM LOW KEY NIGHT-4-NIGHT CONCEALMENT
NOIR STYLE COMPOSITION
NOIR STYLE COMPOSITION DOOMED FRAMING & ANGLES
OBLIQUE DIVERGENT INDEX VECTORS
COMPOSITION TENSE MISE-EN- SCèNE
Existentialism NOIR THEMES Pessimism Disillusionment Alienation Despair Moral Ambiguity
Corrupt Human Nature NOIR THEMES Gender- as-enemy femme fatale
Corrupt Human Nature Gender- as-enemy femme fatale Noir: The German Influence
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Noir after the forties. Context of forties Disillusionment with American Dream – depression, war, etc Gender issues Hays code German and Eastern European.
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And the rise of Nazi Germany. Under the Weimar Republic Blamed for the Versailles Treaty French occupation of the Ruhr leads to economic collapse Inflation.
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