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Caligari's plunge into the violent nocturnal escapades of a Roman armed robber in the late 70s, early 80s is a faithful tribute to Italian genre cinema of those days, as well as a sublime investigation of the psychological climate of an era that forged contemporary Italy.
Regained Special: Claudio Caligari. With Critics' Talk in Lantaren Venster Foyer on Thu 4 Feb, 16:00 after screening of Non essere cattivo.
With her abstract, graphic drawing, the Rotterdam artist refers to the era of art deco, while its changing light patterns refer to cinema.
A contemporary variation on Hiroshima, mon amour, but with a strong emphasis on the use of colour and with the voice of nuclear physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer.