The Borgo Cast - The Intersections of Dracula

Episode 11

Nosferatu (1922)

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Nosferatu (1922)

Back from the grave and into the cinema, children of the night. Here comes Nosferatu (1922)! This week we get into a deep analytical dive into the film, German Expressionism and Nationalism. We also discussion production history, and intellectual property rights. Nosferatu (1922) is probably one of my favorite Dracula films despite its ideological issues. Do you feel the same way? Listen in and find out!

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