The Student of Prague & The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari

The Student of Prague
is an important film in the history of the German silent cinema, incorporating such myths as the doppleganger, the Faust legend and the shattered mirror image to fine effect in this, Germany's first known film on the subject of horror and the fantastic and clearly an instigator of the genre.

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