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‘A film studded with glowing moments of humanity’: The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser reviewed in 1975

In an original Monthly Film Bulletin review of Werner Herzog’s The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser, critic Tom Milne argued that its protagonist has much to teach us about ‘the freakish systems on which civilisation is founded’.

By Tom Milne

‘A film studded with glowing moments of humanity’: The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser reviewed in 1975
From the Sight and Sound archive

Get Carter review: a clinical, cynical film noir for 1970s Britain

By Tom Milne

Get Carter review: a clinical, cynical film noir for 1970s Britain
From the Sight and Sound archive

How the movies woke up to jazz

By Tom Milne

How the movies woke up to jazz
From the Sight and Sound archive

The man in the cryogenic freezer: an interview with John Carpenter

By Tom Milne and Richard Combs

The man in the cryogenic freezer: an interview with John Carpenter
From the Sight and Sound archive

Notes from the cinematographer: Léonce-Henry Burel on working with Robert Bresson

By Tom Milne

Notes from the cinematographer: Léonce-Henry Burel on working with Robert Bresson
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