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The film is in the German language but has English intertitles between scenes.
On the second disc there is the same film with the original German intertitles, but don't worry if you don't speak or read German since this has English subtitles. However the mix of shadow and reality did blur for a time.
The best DVDs in terms of image quality and extras for NTSC Region 1 are probably the ones by Kino and by Image.
As silent movie aficionados say, silent movies weren't really "silent," having pretty much always been accompanied by an organist or small orchestra.
She said after he raped her he would shower her with expensive gifts, turning her into "his little sex object, bedded on a silk cushion." "When I saw him in films, I always thought that he was exactly like that at home," she said. He never had respect for other people." She told the magazine she wrote a soon-to-be-published book about her youth because she was tired of hearing people praise her father.
Nosferatu is one of the first two horror movies I ever bought.
Most of it is pretty relaxing music one could fall asleep to, if so inclined.
I had no idea that silent film directors use tinting to represent emotion. The story itself follows the similar general theme to Bram Stoker's Dracula but all the names have been changed to protect the innocent (from law suits). Bram Stoker's widow sued and won and the film was ordered destroyed.
My experience with silents has been with Charlie Chaplain and the Keystone Cops. Fortunately some survived so that we have this great piece of film history. Kutter and his wife Ellen, sweet & innocent, happy as I've ever seen actors be on film. Max Shreck as Count Orlok -- the rat-like features, long nails and pointed ears, looked more like a rat than anything.
This beautifully produced DVD set is done just the way it should have been, with no effort spared to achieve the highest quality.
Too many people put this film in the "horror" niche, which is not inaccurate of course, but everything about it is marvelous, not least Max Schreck as Nosferatu, the most chilling creature I've ever seen, and simply marvelously acted.