The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari is a 1920 German language Silent Horror movie directed by Robert Wiene. The Movie is Produced by Rudolf Meinert under Productions. When we consider the Casting of this movie, the lead roles are played by Werner Krauss, Conrad Veidt, Friedrich Feher, Lil Dagover, and Hans Heinrich von Twardowski, while the supporting cast includes Rudolf Lettinger. Coming to the Important Crew: Music is composed by Giuseppe Becce, while Robert Wiene has provided the screenplay. Below, In this article, you can find the details of The Cabinet of Dr Caligari 1920 Movie Synopsis, Ratings, and Review.
The Cabinet of Dr Caligari 1920 Rating:
- Raoul = 8 / 10;
- Andrew = 7 /10;
- IMDB= 8.1/10;
- Rotten Tomatoes =8.9/10.
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920) Synopsis:
During the annual fair of Holstenwall, a doctor named Caligari exhibits a strange show featuring Cesare, a somnambulist who can read the future.
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920) Review:
Considered as one of the first horror movie ever made, this film owes its very particular atmosphere to its odd look and the fact that it is silent. I personally did not watch a lot of mute movies before and that’s probably why it affected me so much. The poor image quality, the painted landscape and the incessant music help at creating a very bizarre and creepy atmosphere. The plot is surprisingly complex and intriguing, even as compared to modern movies. What I first thought would be a movie “for artist and cinema student only” is actually a great and entertaining horror classic. It made me up with black and white silent movies and gave me the taste to see more from that period. A most recommended experience!