1931: M - How Cinema Asks a Difficult Question

by One Hundred Years of Cinema

Some of the best films ask big philosophical questions, but Fritz Lang’s M did more than this. In this video, One Hundred Years of Cinema explores how M created a carefully constructed philosophical argument aimed at getting the audience to examine their own ideas of right and wrong.


Directed by

Fritz Lang

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