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The origin of the Evil. The crime grows up in a little village. Slowly but deeply. Somebody said this film describes the Nazism's birth. I don't know this. This incredible perfect movie (look at the amazing cinematography!) paints(sometimes It seems to watch a Vermeer's work turned into B/W) the human Evil. Cause - as Haneke shows with his other pictures - the Evil, the perfect blind Evil (with the capital E) belongs to human nature. "DWB" reminds me the best achievements of European masters from the North like Carl T. Dreyer or Ingmar Bergman. When you sit down in a dark room and watch this kind of stuff (I pay my respect using this word) you have the possibility to live an experience. You extend your knowledge. Cause art - probably - is something like this.
Sunrise of cinema
I have no words. This is cinema. This is not a story, this is not a plot. This is THE STORY, this is THE PLOT. Murnau can describe the human beings, the men, the women and the fast blind society. The woman of the city seems to be a post-modern nosferatu. She is a vampire, she moves like Dracula, she is like a witch around a tree. This film holds the tragedy and the comedy, the laughing and the crying. "Sunrise" doesn't belong to the past, but It belongs to the story, to the time. Sunrise, yes...the sunrise of the modern cinema waiting for "Citizen Kane".