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Slideshow

  • Close-up on the face of a man who clutches a small knife, as though about to stab someone.
  • Two men stand in a doorway, one in a white coat and one in a black coat and bowler hat.
  • A man hides behind a wall, pointing a gun.
  • A man and woman stand in front of a door. He has one hand in his pocket and the other is clenched into a fist; she clutches his arm, stands slightly behind him, and looks frightened.
PREVIOUSLY PLAYED

Fritz Lang’s
THE TESTAMENT OF DR. MABUSE

6:10

Thursday, May 16

(1933) At a busy intersection, all the cars start up but one. Could Rudolf Klein-Rogge’s Mabuse, soon to die in an asylum while compulsively churning out crime plans, still be spinning his spider web, even after…? Lang’s last German film. 35mm print courtesy Deutsche Kinemathek. Subtitles created especially for this screeningApprox. 122 min.

Part of Fritz Lang’s Dr. Mabuse Trilogy.

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