Posted by: Vasco | January 4, 2010

A Minha Viagem Pelo Cinema (20’s)

30. The Thief of Bagdad (Walsh)
29. Steamboat Bill, Jr. (Keaton)
28. The Unknown (Browning)
27. Der Letzte Mann (Murnau)
26. Our Hospitality (Keaton)
25. La Roue (Gance)
24. La Souriante Madame Beudet (Dulac)
23. Way Down East (Griffith)
22. Foolish Wives (Stroheim)
21. Korkarlen (Sjöström)
20. Oktyabr (Eisenstein)
19. Häxan (Christensen)
18. The Crowd (Vidor)
17. The Gold Rush (Chaplin)
16. Nanook of the North (Flaherty)
15. Orphans of the Storm (Griffith)
14. Greed (Stroheim)
13. Die Büchse der Pandora (Pabst)
12. The General (Keaton)
11. Stachka (Eisenstein)
10. Chelovek s kino-apparatom (Vertov)
09. The Wind (Sjöström)
08. Faust (Murnau)
07. Napoleon (Gance)
06. Un Chien Andalou (Buñuel)
05. La Passion de Jeanne d’Arc (Dreyer)
04. Nosferatu (Murnau)
03. Bronenosets Potyomkin (Eisenstein)
02. Metropolis (Lang)
01. Sunrise (Murnau)

Sunrise is a key title in the history of the whole cinema, a genius movie that, in the silent period, helped to consolidate cinema as art and, at the same time, its travel through the human emotions defined the melodramatic genre. Eighty years later, the beauty remains.

An absolute masterpiece!


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