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Review : The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari

Review:
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari – Robert Wiene
a film steeped in darkness and mystery The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari has the viewer constantly questioning what would happen next.
Crisis arises when a series of murders are committed in a small unnamed town with no main suspect in sight. The film is designed in a that is constantly questioning the viewer and making them part of the investigations as well. At times I was able to see how this film may have been the influence for man a film noire movie with its use of stark contrasts, bold music, and deep pauses that allow the audience to also try and solve the mystery at hand. The film almost always managed to keep the watcher entertained and was amusing at most times, although this may be due to the desensitisation that the modern film public has gained over the course of the last few decades. The film, originally shot as a horror, didn't employ many of today modern horror queues such as jump scares and little children but instead use…

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