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Introduction

Steve Choe

Steve Choe is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Cinema and Comparative Literature at the University of Iowa, USA. He researches and teaches courses on German cinema, South Korean cinema, and topics in film theory, philosophy, and phenomenology. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Afterlives : Allegories of Film and Mortality in Early Weimar Germany

Bloomsbury Academic, 2014

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...I Walter Röhrig, 1920Illustrierter Film-Kurier, 6/1920, 5. Quoted in Jürgen Kasten, “Filmstil als Markenartikel,” in Die Perfektionierung des Scheins, Hrsg. Harro Segeberg (München: Wilhelm Fink, 1999), 50. Kasten notes that Röhrig...

Two Postwar Masculinities

Steve Choe

Steve Choe is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Cinema and Comparative Literature at the University of Iowa, USA. He researches and teaches courses on German cinema, South Korean cinema, and topics in film theory, philosophy, and phenomenology. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Afterlives : Allegories of Film and Mortality in Early Weimar Germany

Bloomsbury Academic, 2014

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...Defeat and delusion The end of the war left Germany with many lives lost. Approximately 2,037,000 soldiers fell on the battlefield throughout the four years of the conflict. Most men born after 1871 joined the German Army...

Melancholy Specters

Steve Choe

Steve Choe is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Cinema and Comparative Literature at the University of Iowa, USA. He researches and teaches courses on German cinema, South Korean cinema, and topics in film theory, philosophy, and phenomenology. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Afterlives : Allegories of Film and Mortality in Early Weimar Germany

Bloomsbury Academic, 2014

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...In the previous chapter, I argued that Robert Reinert’s Nerves depicts two allegories of postwar disavowal that correspond to two potentialities of the cinema image. In the following, I will look at two films by Friedrich W. Murnau...

Conclusion

Steve Choe

Steve Choe is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Cinema and Comparative Literature at the University of Iowa, USA. He researches and teaches courses on German cinema, South Korean cinema, and topics in film theory, philosophy, and phenomenology. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Afterlives : Allegories of Film and Mortality in Early Weimar Germany

Bloomsbury Academic, 2014

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...Afterlives of the twentieth century On September 28, 2010, The Daily Telegraph printed an article with the headline: “First World War Officially Ends.”“First World War Officially Ends,” The Daily Telegraph, September 28, 2010. Its first...

The Temporality of Destiny

Steve Choe

Steve Choe is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Cinema and Comparative Literature at the University of Iowa, USA. He researches and teaches courses on German cinema, South Korean cinema, and topics in film theory, philosophy, and phenomenology. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Afterlives : Allegories of Film and Mortality in Early Weimar Germany

Bloomsbury Academic, 2014

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...Destiny (1921) and the humanization of death In a short article published in September 1926 called “Ausblick auf Morgen” (“Outlook on the Future”) Fritz Lang boldly declares, In the beginning was—not the word; nor was it the deed...

Technologies of Revenge

Steve Choe

Steve Choe is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Cinema and Comparative Literature at the University of Iowa, USA. He researches and teaches courses on German cinema, South Korean cinema, and topics in film theory, philosophy, and phenomenology. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Afterlives : Allegories of Film and Mortality in Early Weimar Germany

Bloomsbury Academic, 2014

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...“Death is no conclusion,” remarks Fritz Lang, in a line he wrote for Jean-Luc Godard’s 1963 film, Le Mépris (Contempt). In this highly self-reflexive film about love and the cinema, Lang plays a character called “Fritz Lang,” a film...

The Cinematic Other

Steve Choe

Steve Choe is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Cinema and Comparative Literature at the University of Iowa, USA. He researches and teaches courses on German cinema, South Korean cinema, and topics in film theory, philosophy, and phenomenology. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Afterlives : Allegories of Film and Mortality in Early Weimar Germany

Bloomsbury Academic, 2014

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...Animation and birth in The Golem (1920) Paul Wegener, “A Conversation with Paul Wegener” (1920)Paul Wegener, “Ein Gespräch mit Paul Wegener: Ein führendes zum Golem,” Film-Kurier 244, October 29, 1920. The essence of cinema...