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April H (es)

This movie is awesome

Erik D (fr)

Nuff said. One of the worst pieces of shit ever made

Jack M (it)

It deserves its status as a humanitarian cinematic classic. Though the world of Browning's circus is small, the message of the movie is universal. Not many films can be so politically minded and still fit in with mainstream views nearly a century on, but this one can. He gives a voice to the voiceless, and his intentions are laudable. Tod Browning deserves infinite praise for making not just an incredible film, but one full of heart, with a message which is just as relevant, if not more so now, than it was over 80 years ago. It is a hugely original, innovative, and challenging film, made in a mature manner with sublime production and direction. This masterpiece truly has stood the test of time, and still retains its tenderness and its progressiveness. If she was not punished it would excuse and even promote intolerance and discrimination. Cleopatra had to be stopped, or she would have torn apart the community and the fabric of their lives. She gets what she deserves. Her fate fits the framework of a horror film with the catharsis it evokes. She deserves no sympathy as she has none for others. Though arguably excessively gruesome, Cleopatra's deformity highlights that she is the real freak. She is superior in every way as a person, displaying true beauty. Though less in stature, she treats others with an honest love and respect that Cleopatra could never replicate and is selfless. Frieda, Hans' real love, perfectly juxtaposes her. She relies on her appearance to manipulate others, and this emphasis on looks explains her name. She is superficial and shallow and feels superior to all. Cleopatra attempts to murder Hans, lacking a shred of humanity or compassion. Though the attack does risk doing so, I don't think it detracts from or betrays our sympathy and respect for the 'freaks' or distorts the film's message. They are forced to forge respect for themselves and are morally above the contempt-ridden Cleopatra. Though the attack on Cleopatra is horrific, it's forgivable as they have been oppressed their whole lives. Cleopatra however, treats them as meaningless and pathetic beasts. He spent time in his life living with circus 'freaks', and whether they are smaller, less conventionally attractive or intelligent, he treats them as people. He doesn't though, and that makes this film commendable and even heartwarming. Considering this is a 1930's film, he would have been able to. He could easily have made a horror film where the 'freaks' are devoid of humanity. Browning makes us look past any preconceptions. They are humans. They see the world like us and feel the same emotions. We learn not to see them as the 'freaks' people so commonly judge them as, but as humans with unique personalities and aspirations, able to love, laugh and feel pain. The theatricality of their real jobs could be the basis for the sincerity and brilliance of their confident performances, and this helps us to relate to them. Director Tod Browning challenges viewers, keeping us amongst the 'freaks', letting them be seen with an intimacy still unrivalled. The film spends so much time humanising these characters and fleshing them out. This couldn't be further from the truth. Through this description, it may sound like I am vilifying the 'freaks' for their gruesome attack on Cleopatra. The film luckily shies away from a campy tone, delivering a thought-provoking and disturbing, yet strangely touching, experience instead. It is a nightmarish scene, with harrowing imagery. Cleopatra is tarred and feathered, has her legs removed, and speaks like a chicken. They then exact their horrific revenge, in a terrifying climactic chase scene. After one of the most quotable and powerful scenes I have ever seen, in which Cleopatra refuses their request to become 'one of us!' on the day of her wedding to Hans, they quickly cotton on to her real motive. However, we discover that Cleopatra merely wants his fortune, and looks down upon her fellow circus performers as being 'Freaks!'. Cleopatra, a 'beautiful' trapeze artist, has enchanted the dwarf Hans and is to marry him. This is a film about the importance of solidarity and accepting all no matter who they are. It was designed to break preconceptions, and it broke mine. This film deserves not to be known for inspiring a season of American Horror Story (Freak Show), or for being banned, but as a fantastic piece of cinema. Would I be seeing a campy and dated horror film? Would it just be mediocre by today's standards? Whatever I thought going into it, I could never have expected how touching a film it was and how much I unequivocally enjoyed it. Though not quite a Casablanca or Gone With the Wind in terms of reputation and acclaim, it is undeniably a classic in its own right. I didn't know what to expect from Freaks

Jen F (nl)

Such a great movie, very deep. All subtitled

Liam T (es)

I'd forgotten how ace this is

Luisa M (us)

E c' Cate Blanchett, perci va visto comunque. Livello di badassismo molto alto, da parte di tutti. "Ti ho mancato il cuore"

Randy H (au)

Delightful twisted little story

Robert E (fr)

Most of the reviews seem a little harsh in my opinion considering this movie was made 30 years ago

Rodney E (br)

Murnau helms a great gem that has little surreal moments. Emil Jannings is great as the newfound bathroom attendant and there definitely is melodrama but it is great early filmmaking. One of the great German Expressionist films is a bittersweet portrait of a doorman humbled by age via a demotion

Simon T (fr)

It's a pity because the premise is intriguing even if the execution makes you want to fall asleep and forget it. Nicole Kidman is never bad in anything and she invests the so-so script with as much subtlety as she can muster. Miscast and rather ponderous amnesiac thriller