Hollinsworth Productions is excited to announce "Doctor Mabuse: Etiopomar", the exciting second chapter in the story of Dr. Mabuse. Two years have passed since Dr. Mabuse took control of the city, now christened 'Etiopomar'. The city's inhabitants either fled, or stayed to live under the rule of his doctrine. When his doctrine goes missing, the already suspicious Mabuse begins to attack anyone whom he feels may be working against him. To further complicate his plans, a group of civilians have started to take matters into their own hands, working to try to take their city back from Dr. Mabuse.Written by
In addition to Rotwang, an early draft of the screenplay had Dr. Caligari from The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920) as an antagonist, and Irma Vep from _Les vampires (1915) made a cameo appearance. Also the script featured both Edward Hull and the Apocalypse Man, but due to the length of the script and the multiple narratives, Irma Vep was cut altogether, as was Dr. Caligari; and the characters of Edward Hull and the Apocalypse Man were merged into Cesare Krauss. See more »
Cast: Jerry Lacy, Nathan Wilson, Kathryn Leigh Scott, Lara Parker, and Christopher Pennock
Writer and Director: Ansel Faraj
Ansel Faraj delivers an intense, gripping and extraordinary experience in Doctor Mabuse: Etiopomar. This film, and the evil Doctor Mabuse, kept me on the edge of my seat from the opening frames to the ending credits.
With his insatiable lust for power, Mabuse seems poised to dominate all of Etiopomar and more. But with the theft of his 'Doctrine' and the appearance of his nemesis Madam Von Harbau, he becomes consumed by paranoia. Add to that a popular uprising by the citizens of Etiopomar and you have all of the ingredients for an intense thriller that keeps you guessing just who will prevail in the end.
From the appearance of the immortal sisters Von Harbau, Carrozza, and Hacate and the appearance of the 'Master Key', which offers the promise of everlasting life and power, to the emergence of the army of Automatons, who will wage Mabuse's ultimate war for dominance, Doctor Mabuse: Etiopomar is guaranteed to excite and entertain from beginning to adrenaline-filled end.
At 82 minutes short, this film is perfectly timed. Congratulations to Ansel Faraj and all of the cast and crew for this exciting experience.
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