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a question by Nov 10, 2010
For you fans of silent German cinema, who do you prefer, Fritz Lang, Georg Wilhelm Pabst, Robert Wiene, Ernst Lubitsch, Paul Wegener, or Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau?
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answered:    November 17, 2010
Of these I'm only familiar with Fritz Lang and Murnau. I lean towards Fritz Lang, his stylized films, Woman on the Moon, that kind of thing. Murnau's classic Nosferatu is also an excellent film.
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November 17, 2010
You've never seen "Pandora's Box" directed by Pabst or "The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari" directed by Wiene?
November 17, 2010
I may have these on my Amazon Wish List. Something more to buy for the holidays. For Christmas I usually end up buying myself stuff and sending everyone else cards or gift certs for Starbucks. :)
November 17, 2010
Ew, I hate Starbucks. Not just because I hate coffee, but their prices are ridiculous.
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