Carl Lamac and Martin Frics Der Zinker (1931) (AKA SQUEAKER) - A Glimpse into the Golden Age of German Cinema
EDITORS COMMENTS This print from the British Film Institute takes us back to a time when German cinema was at its peak. The year is 1931, and we find ourselves immersed in the world of "Der Zinker, " also known as "Squeaker. " Directed by Carl Lamac and Martin Frics, this crime thriller stands as a testament to their artistic prowess. The image captures an intense moment from the film, leaving us intrigued about what lies ahead. With shadows dancing across their faces, we witness the actors' expressions filled with suspense and mystery. It's evident that both Lamac and Frics were masters at creating atmospheric tension on screen. "Der Zinker" tells a gripping story centered around criminal investigations, secret societies, and unexpected twists. This film not only showcases exceptional cinematography but also highlights the talent of renowned German actors who graced the silver screen during this era. As we gaze upon this rare gem preserved by the British Film Institute, it serves as a reminder of how influential German cinema was in shaping filmmaking worldwide. Whether you are an avid cinephile or simply appreciate historical artifacts like this one, this print transports you back to an era where storytelling reigned supreme on celluloid.
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