^In the same league as
Dirty Dozen with the title group being a rowdy and fearful bunch of U.S. & Canadian soldiers who got their nickname from the German forces.
I know the silent classic ‘The Kid’ gets discussed in one scene, along with Leni Riefenstahl’s mountain climbing films. This, of course, means I’m renting them tout de suite. I want to be in-the-know for my first watchthrough of IB.
This is a great idea. Remember (For the Shosana section of the film) it’s either gonna be propoganda night at the German theater or a celebration of German cinema. I’m actually gonna watch plenty of early German cinema in preparation. Among my watch-list:
The Blue Light
Warning Shadows: A Nocturnal Hallucination
The Student of Prague
The Hands of Orlac
Dr. Mabuse, The Gambler
The Testament of Dr. Mabuse (An all-time favorite of mine)
Secrets of a Soul
The Blue Angel
And for propoganda night, all you need is this: