Films byTexts by Fritz Lang
Fritz Lang, 1933, 122’

Locked away in an asylum for a decade and teetering between life and death, the criminal mastermind Doctor Mabuse has scribbled his last will and testament: a manifesto establishing a future empire of crime.

Fritz Lang, 1936, 92’

“The only film I know to which I have wanted to attach the epithet of ‘great’.”

Graham Greene


Fritz Lang, 1955, 84’

“I want to live honestly and refuse to contribute to any form of fascism”

Fritz Lang, 1946


Philippe Roger: The author’s ‘vision of the world’ would then be primarily a spatial, concrete point of view?