Kenneth Turan’s DVD Pick: Silent Master Fritz Lang

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Director Fritz Lang isn’t talked about these days as much as he should be, but his work at the end of the silent era is exceptional. Now Kino Lorber has released new editions of two of those films in new HD transfers from 2k digital restorations.
Best known of the two is 1928’s “Spies,” a terrific espionage thriller that involves a terrifying master criminal and the inevitable secret agent determined to bring him down.
Coming out a year later, 1929’s “Woman In The Moon” is a vivid science fiction look at earth’s first lunar exploration. – Kenneth Turan

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