Woman in the Moon (1929)

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A tenacious scientist blasts off for the moon in hopes of riches that may be found there.


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Fritz Lang


Thea von Harbou (script by), Thea von Harbou (the novel "Frau im Mond" by)

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26 November 2007 | shanejamesbordas
| Overstretched But Gorgeous
Let's face it – 'Woman in the Moon' is hardly one of the great Fritz Lang's best efforts: far, far too long, badly paced, ludicrously over-melodramatic and just plain silly. Nevertheless, it contains prescient details in regards to space travel and (as should be expected) looks absolutely fabulous. Lang even made claims that this was the first film to feature a rocket launch countdown and who are we to question him? One thing you can be certain of is that going to the moon would never again look so stylish. Even though this is the tail end of Lang's classic silent period, those who love films like 'Dr. Mabuse' and 'Spies' will still find much to enjoy here.

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