Category: World Cinema

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The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser – Chronicling Innocence

  Sometimes auteur filmmakers make films on subjects that amused them, so as to transfer their personal experience to the audiences. For instance eminent filmmaker Akira Kurosawa made Dreams (1990) based on his actual dreams....






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Rope (1948) – A Brief Analysis

For a mainstream film maker like Hitchcock, that too collaborating with one of his favourite actors James Stewart, every film buff might just expect a regular. But this could very well be stamped as ‘experimental’...






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Rope (1948) – The Party Begins

  Murder is the most heinous of crimes, according to just, at least. Every culture does consider murder as a first grade crime. Often murder is done on purpose, planned and executed for some ones...






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The Round-up (Hungarian, 1965) –Rethinking History

This film ‘Szegénylegények’ ,  the original Hungarian title, is the film by the notable Hungarian film maker of the 60s  Miklós Jancsó. The films traces not in fact the revolution itself with a heroic perspective,...






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The Round-up (Hungarian, 1965) – Background History

Year 1848 marked not only the beginning of the Hungarian Revolution but also numerous other revolutions of the working class in small nations against their suppressing powerful empires. The quest for smashing the shackles and...