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Two Short Films: Midnight Parasites (1972); The Fall of the House of Usher (1928).
Today I watched two short films, both of which were surreal and amazing, but very different from one another.
Four Silent Shorts: Lot in Sodom (1933), L’Etoile De Mer (1928), The Life and Death of 9413: A Hollywood Extra (1928), Le Retour à la Raison (1923).
Something a bit different for today. After watching Häxan (1922), my passion for silent film has been rekindled. I’ve been watching a lot of short silent films, so I thought I’d post quick paragraph reviews for four that I’ve most recently watched.