Top Five Films: Our pick of what's showing
F.W. Murnau's unauthorised 1922 silent adaptation of Dracula gives the vampire legend the full German Expressionist treatment, centring itself visually on the physical contortions of Max Schreck as the evil Count Orloff – not a sophisticated aristocrat but a rather pathetic monster, with pointed ears, rat-like teeth and a mournful stare. Screens as part of the Melbourne Fringe Festival, with live score by Tess Said So.
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