1924: What do Possessed Hand Movies Tell Us About Fear?
by One Hundred Years of Cinema
In this video One Hundred Years of Cinema digs into symbolism in Robert Weine’s The Hands of Orlac (1924), the story of a famous pianist who loses his hands in a tragic accident and after a full hand transplant, finds his new hands have taken on the murderous tendencies of their former owner.
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