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Nosferatu, a Symphony of Horror Steelbook

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Nosferatu, A Symphony of Horror Steelbook (1921)
by Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau

Potemkin Films - December 5, 2022

Bruno's recce
The timeless classic in an edition that finally does it justice.

Original Title :
Audio: DTS-HD MA 2.0 Mono: German
Subtitles : French
Duration : 95' ( )
Format : Blu-ray - Restored Version - Limited FuturePak Metal Case
Area : B
Genre : Horror, Silent

Shot in the Carpathians and several Baltic cities, "Nosferatu" is in fact the faithful adaptation of Bram Stoker's novel: Dracula. Max Schreck plays the title role. "Nosferatu" is a film that uses light effects to the maximum for its time. Playing on the use of shadows and contrasts in his shots, the director Murnau succeeds in a great classic of horror cinema which remains consistent with the plot of the book.

2K restored version
Original music by Hans Erfmann reconstructed by Berndt Heller
Futurepak Metal Blu-ray Case
Contains :
  • the Blu-ray of the movie
  • the DVD of the movie

Sequence analysis by Philippe Rouyer
Interview with Laurent Mannoni of the Cinémathèque française
Interview with Jacques Sirgent, historian and vampire specialist
"The Language of Shadows - Murnau: Beginnings and Nosferatu" by Luciano Berriatua (2007, 53')
The Vampire by Jean Painlevé with introduction by Philippe Rouyer (1945, 9')