Berlin, Symphony of a Great City

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  • Documentary, Experimental, Foreign, Realism, Silent , produced in 1927 Germany
  • Actors: Paul von Hindenburg
  • Directed by: Walther Ruttmann
  • Rating: 7.9 out of 10
  • Plot Summary: An experimental high-speed montage of Berlin, a day-in-the-life of Weimar culture. Also "Opus 1," a short color film thought to be lost, also by director Ruttmann. This release is part of the "Treasures of the Weimar Republic" series. (See "The Blue Angel" for details.) Silent. New orchestral score.
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