A notorious woman rides a train through a dangerous situation with a British captain she loved.
A documentary about a pilgrimage to Lourdes, undertaken by the Catholic Young Workers’ Movement in 1932.
Chicago during Prohibition. The story of Tony Camonte in his rise to become a feared gangster and his eventual death. Allegedly based on the life of Al Capone.
“Grossstad-Zigeuner focuses on the Romani people living in the Berlin districts of Wedding and Marzahn – Moholy-Nagy’s interest in Roma was already visible in his 1929 Marseille film, which contains a brief scene with a horse-drawn wagon and a bear.
“When I think of Carl Dreyer, what comes to mind first are those pale white images, the splendid voiceless close-ups in La Passion de Jeanne d’Arc that play back exactly the acerbic dialogue at Rouen between Jeanne and her judges.