Die Nibelungen: Kriemhild's Revenge (1924)
Princess Kriemhild vows to avenge her husband's murder but must overcome her brothers who swore allegiance to Hagen. She marries Attila the Hun and persuades his army to attack Hagen, but there will be a terrible price to pay.
Die Nibelungen: Siegfried (1924)
Siegfried, son of King Siegmund of Xanten, sets off on a treacherous journey to the Kingdom of Burgundy to ask King Gunther for the hand of his sister, the beautiful Princess Kriemhild.
Destiny (1921)
A young woman pleads with Death for the life of her beloved, and is presented with a challenge.
Human Desire (1954)
Blackmailed by her violent husband, a woman tries to persuade her lover to murder him.
M (1931)
A group of vigilantes sets out to bring a child murderer to justice.
Metropolis (1927)
In a future city strictly divided into rulers and ruled, a rich young man falls in love with a revolutionary from the forbidden depths. Reconstructed and restored and back on re-release this autumn.
While the City Sleeps (1956)
A newspaper's staff compete to find a serial killer.

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Leading a brave life Monica Bellucci on her daughter Deva Cassel, women directors and Maria Callas: Letters And Memoirs

Light and shadow Katherine Waugh on science, philosophy and cinema in I See A Darkness

Waiting to become an adult Kim Gordon on Catherine Breillat’s fairy-tale films, The Last Mistress, Samuel Kircher and Léa Drucker in Last Summer

Life in New Lodge Alessandra Celesia on capturing the stories of The Flats

'I had to hire bodyguards' Director Agnieszka Holland on the backlash to Green Border and why film can be a powerful weapon

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