1920s, 4/4, Best Picture Winner, Drama, FW Murnau, Review

Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans

It really is amazing to think of how far cinema receded with the introduction of sound. By 1928, filmmakers like Murnau, Hitchcock, Ford, von Stroheim, Lang, and Dreyer were doing really interesting things with their cameras in terms of moving them, swinging them around, really embracing montage as a storytelling device, and doing really complicated… Continue reading Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans