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Weekend

Wochende (Weekend), 1930, is an experimental movie, directed by Walter Ruttmann, produced in Germany. Walter Ruttmann made avant-garde films – the Opus series, from 1922 to 1925, and a major documentary Berlin, Symphony of a City in 1929, showing the city’s activities from early morning to midnight. Interested in how spectators perceive sound, on 15 May 1930 he premiered a film without pictures, Wochenende (Weekend). The audience take their seats, the lights go out, the sound is heard and all that can be seen is a BLANK screen !

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Duration: 10

Quality: HD

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IMDb: 6.1