Fritz Lang's compelling study of murder and mass hysteria. View more >
Starring Peter Lorre, Gustaf Gründgens, Ellen Widmann
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One of the best crime thrillers that I ever sat though as directed by Fritz Lang who also did "Metropolis" four years earlier. This movie is a neighborhood in Germany which is rocked by a series of child killings. Not only the police is involved, but also the local mob. The alliged killer is played by Peter Lorre. which he'd be in more movies later. The Kalagroo court is pretty impressive. But the character who stand out in the movie is the blind man with the balloons. This movie was made in Garmany in 1931, but was released inb the United States two years later, this movie is powerful in it's story telling Like me, you will be hooked.
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