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Nosferatu, el vampiro

Nosferatu, el vampiro

An undeniable classic in the history of film. Unacknowledged adaptation of Bram Stoker’s novel (explaining why it was about to disappear forever in the fires of time) on The Vampire, call him Dracula or Orloc, on the Undead, on the creatures of the night that feed on the blood of the living. This is a masterpiece by Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau that should be shown every year at horror festivals. Lugosi and Lee came later, but Schreck was there first, maybe a vampire (as E. Elias Merhige suggested in his film), maybe Murnau, maybe something else... For more cabbalistic information read Luciano Berriatúa’s article in the book on Aleister Crowley published this year by the Festival.

Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des Grauens
Alemania, 1921
Dirección: F. W. Murnau
Producción: Enrico Dieckman, Albin Grau / Prana Film
Guión: Henrik Galeen
Fotografía: Fritz Arno Wagner, Günther Krampf
Intérpretes: Max Schreck, Alexander Granach, Gustav Von Wangenheim, Greta Schröder. Georg H. Schnell
Duración: 97 minutos

2010 - Semana de Cine Fantástico y de Terror. Unidad de Cine.
Donostia Kultura. Teatro Victoria Eugenia. Reina Regente 8, 4. 20003 Donostia - San Sebastián
Tel.: (34) 943 48 11 57/97 - Fax: (34) 943 43 06 21 E-mail: cinema_cinema@donostia.org