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Lo studente di Praga by Stellan Rye
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Lo studente di Praga

by Stellan Rye

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(Der Student von Prag, Germania 1913, b/n, 57') Stellan Rye. Con Pau! Wegener, John Gottowt, Lyda Salmonova, Grete Berger. Praga, 1820: Balduin (Wegener) vende il proprio riflesso al diabolico Scapinelli (Gottowt) in cambio di centomila fiorini, e si ritrova perseguitato dal proprio doppio, che compie quelle azioni che egli non oserebbe fare. Alla fine gli spara, ma in questo modo si suicida. Capostipite del cinema fantastico, ispirato alle opere di Chamisso, Hoffmann e Poe, e già aperto a interpretazioni psicoanalitiche, è sceneggiata da Wegener (poi regista del Golem), H.H. Ewers e Henrik Galèen, autore di un remake nel 1926. La sintassi e il montaggio sono ancora elementari, ma i trucchi, gli sdoppiamenti e le dissolvenze (la fotografia è di Guido Seeber) sono efficaci. Intelligente l'uso degli sfondi naturali di una Praga inquietante. ( )
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