By Joe McElhaney
This choice of severe essays bargains an unrivalled and up to date evaluation of the prolific and resilient existence and imaginative and prescient of 1 of cinema’s maximum auteurs.
- The first edited selection of essays on Fritz Lang’s physique of labor in over thirty years
- A entire evaluate of 1 of cinema’s so much influential figures
- Brings jointly key students, together with Tom Gunning and Chris Fujiwara, to percentage their most modern insights
- Features translated contributions from writers hardly ever rendered in English akin to Nicole Brenez and Paolo Berletto
- Offers multinational and multi-perspectival research of Lang’s oeuvre, together with all his key films
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