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I May Destroy You
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A visual tour de force that literally transports you to this strange & bizarre effortlessly.
The story of a stranger castle owner who's sick wife seems to get sicker & sicker as he paints a haunting portrait of her.
Filled with mystery & unusual visuals this was considered one of a kind film in its day & really showcased the tremendous talent of director Jean Epstein.
It's one of the most lyrical films I've ever seen.
One of the most imaginative and entrancing horror movies of the silent era.
By far my least my favorite silent film I've ever seen.
Spooky and effective photography make this film worth a look. Some very creepy camera work and interesting special effects.
This woefully obscure silent French adaptation may try many a patience, but it has to be the closest at capturing the atmosphere of Poe's original story. Some of its stylistic experimentation is ahead of its time.
Maybe the best thing I've ever seen. Stunning and surrealist and literary and avant garde and really well-acted and-- I don't know. I just love it.
Las casas siempre guardan cenizas.
My expectations were soaring as I pressed play on my DVD-player, and when Epstein's vision came to life I knew this would become one of my favorite movies. But why? Well first of all it opened up the door to a phantasmagorial universe of beauty and gloom, which I have only witnessed in one more movie; namely Vampyr by Carl Th. Dreyer. It is difficult to explain, but the beauty of horror has a dimension which transcends the beauty of the normal world. A beauty trapped inside a nightmare, so to speak. Lady Madeline is the embodiment of this idea, being trapped inside a crypt, buried alive! I will keep on searching for more of these black diamonds, but I fear that I have already found the most precious ones...