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Alger: rue Bab-Azoun (1896)

A short black and white film from the Lumière Brothers which documents a busy street scene.

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Alexandre Promio
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A short black and white film from the Lumière Brothers which documents a busy street scene.

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Documentary | Short

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France

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1896 (France) See more »

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Lumière n° 201. See more »

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Alger: rue Bab-Azoun (1896)
23 December 2016 | by Michael_ElliottSee all my reviews

Alger: rue Bab-Azoun (1896)

This is an actuality film from the Lumiere Brothers and there's really not too much going on here. The camera is stationed on a street where we can see what's going on. If you're familiar with these types of actuality movies then you'll know what to expect but there's a lot less than normal going on here. The most interesting thing is just getting to see the street and a moment in time as to what was going on with it. There's really nothing ground-breaking or too entertaining here but fans of the genre should enjoy watching it. Thankfully the majority of the other Lumiere films out there are a bit more entertaining.


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