Weimar Culture And The Wounds Of The War Analysis

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The important of all this innovated aspect of the film is the best argument against Kracauer’s analysis, “The ‘story of the famous story’ has obscured the ultimate responsibility for this remarkable achievement. It was undoubtedly a happy combination of talents” (Robinson1997). The film history of Dr. Caligari is without a doubt what makes this film so transcendental. It is important to point out that Kracauer analysis also has a lot of factors that explained creation of the story in the film. Society are affected by war, so it is clear that the writers were influenced by terrible experience in the World War I. As Anton Kaes mentioned in his book, Shell Shock Cinema: Weimar Culture and the Wounds of the War, “Wiene’s story centers around a
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