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Murglie | Dr. F.W. Murnau | Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau
6' 11" (2.11 m)
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aking in 1928] "I think films of the future will use more and more of these 'camera angles', or, as I prefer to call them, these 'dramatic angles'. They help photograph thought."
His imperishable masterpiece, Nosferatu
(1922), acclaimed at the time of its release, in 1922, by surrealist artists and writers, it had a mixed initial critical reception. The estate of Bram Stoker also sued the producers for unauthorised use of the novel and an English court ordered all copies and negatives of the film to be destroyed. Fortunately, this could not be enforced in Germany, though ...
Innovative use of light and dark shadowing to create a certain mood