A Classic Look at Berlin

As an experimental film director, Walther Ruttmann (1887-1941) had created each one of his films as a visual symphony that was perfectly timed with a rise and fall of orchestral proportions that would make classical composer Richard Wagner smile with enthrallment.

Les Misérables (1934)

Director Raymond Bernard has adapted Victor Hugo's lengthy French novel Les Misérables into a three part film adaptation. The unabridged transcript for the book itself is about 1,400 pages in length, depending upon which publication copy you happen to consulting.