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  1. FISCHER's rating of the film Pandora's Box

    Qui ne se renierait pas pour la belle Louise Brooks ! www.cinefiches.com

  2. Kevin's rating of the film Pandora's Box

  3. Erik F.'s rating of the film Pandora's Box

  4. O...'s rating of the film Pandora's Box

    "No pain, no death, no fear, no hate. No time, no now, no suffering. No touch, no loss, no hand, no sense. No wound, no waste, no lust, no fear (...)" Luces, sombras y gestos. La increíble sutileza de las emociones: tristeza, dolor, odio, impotencia, incomprensión. Esta última me parece la que impera, o mejor, aquella que domina a cada uno de los personajes. Nadie sabe nada de sí misma, de todo lo que trae consigo...

  5. Kunyuk Melempar Buah's rating of the film Pandora's Box

    Not my cup of tea, but i like Louise Brooks.

  6. ΞRIC B∆Ɖ TASTΞ's rating of the film Pandora's Box

  7. Black Irish's rating of the film Pandora's Box

    Silent filmmaking reached its apotheosis in the visages of Falconetti and Brooks.

  8. dionysus67's rating of the film Pandora's Box

    Maybe the greatest silent of all time, this is also a deeply reflexive film about viewing, death drives and a social milieu unable to tolerate feminity. Rarely has the feminine face been portrayed with such rich gamut of expressions and rarely has the cinematic image accomplished such heights of hermeneutic valence. As a scrutiny of the gaze-its murderous and redeeming potential-this remains unsurpassed. Divine !

  9. Howard Fritzson's rating of the film Pandora's Box

    Her wantonness was what hooked me. That, and her beauty.

  10. Duncan Gray's rating of the film Pandora's Box

    Who'd have thought a silent film could beat opera at its own game? A series of tableaux descending into sexual hell, Pandora's Box remains immensely complex the closer you study the little gestures. Louise Brooks is vivacious, promiscuous, oblivious, and sometimes manipulative, and gathers a circle of admirers accordingly. But the spirit of her presence makes it impossible to see her as anything other than innocent.

  11. Wee Hunk's rating of the film Pandora's Box

    She captivated a nation. They set her free from a wrongful conviction. A thoroughly modern Millie. But a woman cannot live by man's rules. She must have a downfall. Ms. Brooks was unconventional as well. Hollywood didn't like that, and so she got serious material overseas.

  12. Jdsarmientoburgos's rating of the film Pandora's Box

    Louise Brooks is the goddess of silent cinema, no doubts about it. In her most iconic role she plays a powerful, sensual, devious gold digger. The camera loved her, and she brings incredible energy to the screen. The film is not lost on irony and ends perfectly with a Jack the Ripper cameo.

  13. Carlos Tejeda's rating of the film Pandora's Box

    Artículo ("Kane3"): http://www.carlostejeda.com/2006_11_23_archive.html

  14. George Harvey Bone's rating of the film Pandora's Box

    Add Louise Brooks to Pabst's direction and you get perfection.

  15. "Mother" Gin Sling's rating of the film Pandora's Box

  16. pengecut kau suripto's rating of the film Pandora's Box

    Is a dangerous creation / When you fail the test of time. Indonesian review : http://cinemaudy.blogspot.co.id/2017/06/pandoras-box-1929-tragedi-seorang-lulu.html

  17. mubianer's rating of the film Pandora's Box

    This is among the better silent films I have seen, only The Wind beats it perhaps (I must watch more silent films as they teach you that film is mostly a visual medium, something modern filmmakers tend to forget). Favourite scene: The salvation army marching through foggy London at Christmas.

  18. Nikita Rasskazov's rating of the film Pandora's Box

    Classical film which was overlooked by contemporaries. A powerful comment on the nature of sexuality and its impact on modern society. Expressive cinematography at its peak, especially close-ups and interior shots, which are beyond anything. And Lulu became a major influence on the feminist imagery.

  19. Warren Spratley's rating of the film Pandora's Box

    If pressed to pick a film which truly represents many of cinema's key strengths as a medium, this would be it. Brooks is remarkable, but Pabst's directing is the real star. The air, as if by magic, pushing up Lulu's veil, the way human bodies block the visibility of a gunshot, smoke rising before us like a warm spirit. Fragmented bodies, abstracted hands, Pabst predicting Bresson's maneuvers. The ending is perfect.

  20. James Mackin's rating of the film Pandora's Box

    Pandora's Box is her box, and it leads her to a crazy ending. Don't go having all the sex kids.

  21. Aardsy's rating of the film Pandora's Box

    I think we'd all kill for Lulu.

  22. Lauren Burrell's rating of the film Pandora's Box

  23. Adam Whybray's rating of the film Pandora's Box

    Acts 2 & 3 are a trial, but after that it has something of the wrenching yet vaguely farcical feel of 'Requiem For a Dream' in that it becomes a melodramatic descent into death and despair... but then the tawdriness of it all is elevated by a suddenly beautiful last 10 minutes that is moving in unexpected, confusing ways. I think one's enjoyment of the film is pretty contingent upon how much one <3 Louise Brooks.

  24. Andrew Miller's rating of the film Pandora's Box

    This seemed deeper on a recent re-viewing-- madness, violence hover in the air, and eventually settle on a victim.

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