The Golem (1936) Julien Duvivier

The Golem (1936) aka Le Golem
Genre: Fantasy | Horror
Country France | Director: Julien Duvivier
Language: French | Subtitles: English (Optional, embedded in Mkv file)
Aspect ratio: 1.33:1 | Length: 89mn
Dvdrip H264 Mkv - 745x570 - 24fps - 1.25gb

Prague, 1610. The Emperor Rodolphe II lives in fear of a legend warning that the Golem, a living statue, will return to free the Jews from persecution. He orders the arrest and torture of the one man who knows the Golem's secret, unaware that he is precipitating the catastrophe he dreads.

"Le Golem" was an unusual choice for Duvivier, who rarely ventured into horror and fantasy. Indeed, those elements of the story are far less prominent here than in Paul Wegener's 1920 silent classic, "Der Golem", to which this can be regarded as a sequel. Duvivier's film centres on the crisis of the feeble-minded Emperor Rodolphe (Harry Baur), a man who describes himself, in a monologue with the sleeping Golem, as "staggering down a long dark road". Rodolphe, as played by Baur, is the real monster of this monster movie - a terrifying, pathetic figure sunken in self-indulgence and driven mad by fear.
 The Golem (1936) 

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1 Response to "The Golem (1936) Julien Duvivier"

  1. ThanX for this, do you have this old jungle romp ... `Safari Drums` (1953)

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