Homunculus, 1. Teil
Part of the artificial-creature series encompassing Der Golem (1914 and 1920), Alraune (1918, 1928, 1930) and Metropolis (1926), 'Homunculus' was the most popular serial in Germany during World War I even influencing the dress of fashionable Berlin. Foenss, a Danish star, is the perfect creature manufactured in a laboratory by Kuehne. Having discovered his origins, that he has no 'soul' and is incapable of love, he revenges himself on mankind, instigating revolutions and becoming a monstrous but beautiful tyrant, relentlessly pursued by his creator-father who seeks to rectify his mistake.
- Stars:Olaf Fønss, Ernst Ludwig, Adolf Paul, Albert Paul, Lore Rückert, Max Ruhbeck, Lia Borré, Friedrich Kühne, Theodor Loos, Mechthildis Thein, Aud Egede-Nissen, Josef Bunzl, Fern Andra, Maria Carmi, Lupu Pick,
- Director:Otto Rippert,
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Homunculus, 1. Teil torrent reviews
(de) wrote: Horrendous... A mutation of crap and terrorism blended into everything that one should hate.
(nl) wrote: it was very funny and touching.
(kr) wrote: Not in English. Worth checking out.
(ca) wrote: Ever Want a reason 2 hate Mormons, watch this!
(us) wrote: The song is amazing and the movie is pretty good... Kimberly did alright for playing a dying women... but ive seen her do better...
(fr) wrote: Great performances by the cast with an actually interesting story about feminism.
(gb) wrote: A blatant rip off of Boogie Nights, with an awkward performance from Mike Myers.
(gb) wrote: A more poetic film than its predecessor.
(br) wrote: Stylish Kurosawa police thriller which is quite modern and probably influenced a lot of contemporary thrillers. Superb, perhaps influencing great films like Heat and several Coen films,,, as much a look at social inequity as much as a police procedural.
(mx) wrote: It's one of those films that's just so beautiful to watch you forget you're being told a great story as well.
(ru) wrote: Novel concept single-handedly ruined by the atrocious acting from Maurice Dean Wint.
(ca) wrote: I have always found this movie to be funny. I've loved it since I was a kid. I can't believe it's 16 years old now. Shorty is my favorite!!!
(us) wrote: "Don Verdean" presents another fanning of fresh characters and impressive new attention to action from the Hesses, aside from a still-recovering hilarity track, which is what it counts on.