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From Morning till Midnight - Von morgens bis mitternachts

CHF 23.00 / EUR 21.00

Georg Kaiser decribes in his Expressionist theater play the attempt of a bank cashier to escape his middle class daily life. Director Karlheinz Martin's adaptation transfers Kaiser's play into an Expressionist film of radical stylization. The German film industry was so irritated by the result that the film never found a distribution and was never shown in German cinemas. The only existing print of this classic survived in Japan where the film received a cinema release and was preserved by the National Film Center. The Munich Filmmuseum restored the film and added two scores transferring the visual avantgarde concept of the film into a musical structure: An improvised performance for three percussionists by the SchlagEnsemble H/F/M and a modern score for seven musicians composed and condacted by Yati Durant.

Von morgens bis mitternachts (From Morning Till Midnight), directed by Karlheinz Martin, Germany 1920 (73 min.)
Improvised score by SchlagEnsemble H/F/M | New ensemble music composed and conducted by Yati Durant
Percussion Art auf den Internationalen Stummfilmtagen Bonn 2008 (8 min.)
Booklet with essays by Fritz Göttler, Inge Degenharddt and Jürgen Kasten

Edition Filmmuseum 55
Language Silent film with german intertitles Subtitles english, français, español
Screen 1:1.33 - 4/3 PAL Sound Music score DD 2.0 (stereo) FSK 14+ Region code All regions 

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