Accident (1928 film)

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Accident
Directed by Ernö Metzner
Written by Grace Chiang (writer)
Ernö Metzner (writer)
Cinematography Eduard von Borsody
Release date
  • 1928 (1928)
Running time
21 minutes
Country Weimar Republic

Accident (German: Polizeibericht Überfall) is a 1928 German short film directed by Ernö Metzner.[1]

Plot

The film centers on the struggles of a German citizen who happens upon a counterfeit coin lying in a gutter. The opening sequence of the movie gives a brief glimpse into the notion that the coin might be "cursed," as another passerby is struck down by a car while reaching for the coin in the middle of the road. Although the finder of the coin is at first glad, he soon regrets ever having picked it up.

Cast

Notes

  1. ^ Lotte H. Eisner (1 June 1969) [1952]. The haunted screen: expressionism in the German cinema and the influence of Max Reinhardt. Berkeley & Los Angeles: University of California Press. pp. 354–. ISBN 0-520-02479-6. Retrieved 17 October 2011.

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