This film is the second part of Louis Feuillade's brilliant 'Fantomas' series. Although I liked the first part better this is also very good film. It is remarkably well done for 1913; the special effects are convincing (for example the train crash) and there is plenty of action and good characters.
This film will thrill you for the whole hour and leave you wondering after the fabulous cliffhanger ending. Quite amazing for a film over 90 years old. I recommend this film for film students (who should see the whole series, mind you) and especially for those interested in Pre 1920s french cinema.
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