By Edgar G. Ulmer with Tom Neal, Ann Savage, Claudia Drake, Edmund MacDonald
USA, 1945, 67'
Restoration by Academy Film Archive and Film
Foundation, in collaboration with Cinémathèque Royale
de Belgique, Museum of Modern Art and Cinémathèque
Française, with funding for restoration provided
by George Lucas Family Foundation
"Made in 6 days, with all the street scenes shot in
transparent, by a Viennese director, undisputed master of the B
low-budget Hollywood movie, it became the most cult movie in the world.
famous in the category of poor cinema". (M. Morandini)
"One of those little masterpieces that came from the freest...
B series production, in which the absence of means becomes style, research
of an original climate and cut. In Ulmer's film, the research
of the unusual results in the nightmare and the oneiric, if not
in the absurd on Kafka's doorstep." (G. Volpi)
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