German movies of the 1920's receive a remarkably poor press in conservative circles.  Some critics regard them as little more than obvious reflections of Weimar decadence, as some of the lesser films doubtless are.  Sometimes even the ubiquitous use of expressionist technique is presented as definitive proof that the . . .

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