The Testament of Dr. Mabuse
Fritz Lang directed this sequel to his nearly four-hour Dr. Mabuse silent of 1922. The film opens with Detective Hofmeister spying on the activities of a criminal syndicate. Not realizing he has been seen, Hofmeister is attacked by the thugs and later turns up out of his mind.
- Stars:Rudolf Klein-Rogge, Gustav Diessl, Rudolf Schündler, Oskar Höcker, Theo Lingen, Camilla Spira, Paul Henckels, Otto Wernicke, Theodor Loos, Hadrian Maria Netto, Paul Bernd, Henry Pleß, Adolf E. Licho, Oscar Beregi Sr., Wera Liessem,
- Director:Fritz Lang,
A new crime wave grips the city and all clues seem to lead to the nefarious Dr. Mabuse, even though he has been imprisoned in a mental asylum for nearly a decade. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Testament of Dr. Mabuse torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Could be the worst movie ever made.
(ru) wrote: nice and slow, confuse n curious
(jp) wrote: UN BEAU DOC SUR MUMMIA ABU JAMAL IN THE DEATHROW DEPUIS LE 3 JUILLET 1982 A L'ISSU D'UNE PARODIE DE PROCES
(ag) wrote: Hopeless... a waste of time...
(es) wrote: I saw this ages ago and remembered liking it. I had clearly forgotten just how bleak this film is. But I still love the music
(us) wrote: I loved everything about this movie. The plot was complicated and believable, alternating between present time and flashbacks. By the end of the film it was revealed why Jasmine was so deeply disturbed. Cate Blanchett was wonderful as Jasmine, and Sally Hawkins did a great job as her sister, Ginger. This is one of those movies that I didn't want to end.
(kr) wrote: This really didn't work, the books are good, but the movie was annoying and not creative or anything nice to see, besides adding a little comedy and love, but this movie was still a lazy mess and it really bombed on the way it was done and it didn't work at all.
(es) wrote: Well acted, very realistic of the victorian era, lovely scenery
(kr) wrote: What the heck was that?! ???
(es) wrote: Somewhat two-dimensional with its plot, the dark style and mood of the film helps command the dystopian atmosphere, but it's ordinary at best.