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Faust [excerpt]
Drama - 1910
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This is not the Faust which Méliès made, but another version. The last half of the film is missing. It is interesting to note how, in an effort to let the audience know what the actors were thinking, visions were used as here when the tapestry on the wall gives place to Marguerite’s memory of her meeting with Faust.
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Runtime:
10 min
Release date:
4 Jun 1910
Country:
IT, FR, GB
Budget:
$0
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