People on Sunday

People on Sunday
People on Sunday

Film Details

Year

1929

Duration

73 minutes

Genres

Documentary, Drama, Silent

Language

German

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Synopsis

A landmark film, shot in 1929, a silent drama tracking the lives of various Berliners for 24 hours. It's virtually plotless but the fluid, roaming camerawork is decades ahead of its time, as were the use of non-actors, real locations and what became known its documentary-style technique. A remarkable film stylistically, and a launching pad for a wealth of talent, it's also a wonderful glimpse of a world that has long disappeared.

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E Classification

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