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Der müde Tod (1921) Poster

(1921)

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The film that first sparked surrealist director Luis Buñuel's interest in film.
Alfred Hitchcock's favorite film.
Douglas Fairbanks bought the American rights to the film for $5000. He had no intention to release it, but so admired its technical effects, he wanted them copied for his upcoming The Thief of Bagdad (1924).
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The film received a 2K restoration in 2016 by L'Immagine Ritrovata in Bologna, Italy, with most of the material coming from New York's Museum of Modern Art and some shots taken from a copy belonging to the Cinémathèque de Toulouse, in France. The titles were rebuilt by Munich's Film Museum, based on a Russian copy, with missing ones coming from archives in Prague and Brussels, while the lost colors take inspiration from contemporary films.
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