The Thin Man
2011
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Director: W.S. Van Dyke
Considered as one of the most influential science fiction films ever, it was also the most expensive film from the silent era. It gives a futuristic look at the schism created in mankind as industrialization and technological advancement serves to alienate the humans from one another. Metropolis features special effects and set designs that still impress modern audiences with their visual impact – the film contains cinematic and thematic links to German Expressionism.
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  • The Thin Man / $9.19
  • Director:- W.s.Van dyke

    Considered as one of the most influential science fiction films ever, it was also the most expensive film from the silent era. It gives a futuristic look at the schism created in mankind as industrialization and technological advancement serves to alienate the humans from one another. Metropolis features special effects and set designs that still impress modern audiences with their visual impact – the film contains cinematic and thematic links to German Expressionism.

    About Director:- Woodbridge Strong "Woody" Van Dyke, Jr. (March 21, 1889 – February 5, 1943) was an American motion picture director. He came to be known as "One Take Woody" or "One Take Van Dyke", for the speed with which he would complete his assignments, and although not regarded as one of the screen's most talented directors[citation needed], MGM regarded him as one of the most versatile, equally at home directing costume dramas, westerns, comedies, crime melodramas and musicals. Many of his films were huge hits and top box office in any given year. He received Academy Award for Best Director nominations for The Thin Man (1934) and San Francisco (1936). He also directed the Oscar winning classic "Eskimo/Mala the Magnificent", in which he also has a featured acting role.
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