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    Eureka Releasing The Thousand Eyes Of Dr. Mabuse

    Press release!

    After enjoying fantastic success with Fritz Lang s two-part "Indian Epic" in 1959, German producer Artur Brauner signed the great director to direct one more film. The result would be the picture that, in closing the saga he began nearly forty years earlier, brought Lang s career full-circle, and would come to represent his final celluloid testament by extension: his final film masterpiece.

    The Thousand Eyes of Dr. Mabuse [Die 1000 Augen des Dr. Mabuse] finds that diabolical Weimar name resurfacing in the Cold War era, linked to a new methodology of murder and mayhem. Seances, assassinations, and Nazi-engineered surveillance tech all abound in Lang s paranoid, and ultimate, filmic labyrinth.

    One of the great and cherished "last films" in the history of cinema, The Thousand Eyes of Dr. Mabuse provides a stylistic glimpse into the 1960s works on such subjects as sex-crime, youth-culture, and LSD that Lang would unfortunately never come to realise. Nonetheless, Lang s final film remains an explosive, and definitive, closing statement. The Masters of Cinema Series is proud to present Fritz Lang s final film on Blu-ray.


    LIMITED EDITION O-CARD SLIPCASE [First Print Run of 2000 copies only]
    1080p presentation on Blu-ray
    Original German soundtrack
    Optional English audio track, approved by Fritz Lang
    Optional English subtitles
    Feature-length audio commentary by film-scholar and Lang expert David Kalat
    2002 interview with Wolfgang Preiss
    Alternate ending
    Reversible sleeve featuring newly commissioned and original poster artwork
    PLUS: a collector s booklet featuring a new essay by Philip Kemp; vintage reprints of writing by Lang; an essay by David Cairns; notes by Lotte Eisner on Lang s final, unrealised projects


    "Fritz Lang's glorious sign-off. " Wired

    "has the stripped-down, elemental feel of many late masterpieces" Chicago Reader

    "achieve(s) an overwhelming power that stays long after the final reel goes through the projector. " TV Guide

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