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This tiny known film is one of the greatest sci-fi films made in the 1930's. Hans Albers is well cast as the lead. The female lead also is well chosen. Brigitte Helm (METROPOLIS), here in one of her last screen-roles, plays the femme fatale. The movie says the storyline of two scientist, who have discovered a method to create gold from lead. It"s achieved by using radioactivity. The experiment gets sabotaged by an unscrupulous tycoon, who likes to money in on this discovery. One of the scientists (Friedrich Kayssler) dies when the lab explodes, the another one (Hans Albers), after recovering from his injuries, tries to search the saboteur. He very later gets hired by the very person, and he pretends to enjoy along with the tycoon's (Michael Bohnen) plans. The tycoon's daughter (Brigitte Helm) supports the hero, and of course, there will be a satisfied ending. The sets are breathtaking (for its time) and look very real- so true in fact, that during WWII the Americans confiscated a copy of this film to search out how advanced the Germans test of radioactivity really was. For fanatics of this genre, this is a must.
Science fiction from the early Nazi era. Movie production had been turned over to the Nazis in 1933 and all Jews and foreigners had been barred from the industry. There isn't much propaganda in this particular film, although the villain is a Brit. The British in general aren't depicted as poor except for the villain. Hans Albers stars as a scientist who, along with his partner, has nearly perfected atomic alchemy, the ability to turn lead into gold. Their experiment goes suspiciously wrong, and Albers ends up barely alive. His partner isn't as lucky. After Albers recovers, a British billionaire (Michael Bohnen) offers him the occasion to repeat the experiment in England, and Albers instantly suspects him of involvement in the original accident. In England, he meets and nearly falls in love with Bohnen's daughter (Metropolis' Brigitte Helm), which distracts him from his own German wife (Lien Deyers). This is more a slow burning drama than difficult sci-fi, but there are big, electrical, Frankenstein-esque machines (Frankenstein having already been made, obviously). It's a decent movie with a very nice lead performance, some nice cinematography and a nice climax. Helm is probably the main mission of interest for many, and it is great to hear her speak. She's probably in it less than ten minutes, though.
Whilst having seen the photo in photos, I found myself utterly enchanted by the vision of The Machine Boy / Maria in Fritz Lang's landmark Metropolis (1927). Having that lingering feeling of wanting to hear the voice of Maria,I was thrilled when a fellow IMDber said me of other Sci-Fi game starring the actress (Brigitte Helm) this led to me melting down the gold for a viewing.View on the film:Charged up over a 14 month long production just as the Nazis were starting (but yet to have a full grip on)to receive in control of the movie industry, the screenplay by Rolf E. Vanloo returns to the workers of Metropolis (1927) to slyly layer underneath the Sci-Fi a deep cynicism over promises made by the newly strong scientists that the wealth from the fresh invention will trickle down to the humble worker. Tapping into nuclear fears incredibly early, Vanloo drills into the Sci-Fi with dripping with sweat fear over the explosive radioactivity machine which turns lead into gold falling into the wrong hands. Shutting down those who test to destroy the machine, Vanloo ties the Sci-Fi themes together with a jagged mystery Werner Holk peeling away the layers of deceit over the murder of inventor Prof. Achenbach.Igniting the Sci-Fi atmosphere, director Karl Hartl takes nice delight in displaying the powers of the machine with eye-catching overlapping unique results heating the impression of lead being turned into gold, all done with a lazor Hartl cuts across the screen to the sound of beeps and pops from the rumbling machine. Splashing the risk the machine posses with newspaper clippings and hectic crowds on the streets, Hartl has Holk's find for revenge over Achenbach be lit in shimmering close-ups capturing Holk's attempt to gain the believe of suspects. Returning to Sci-Fi,Brigitte Helm gives a very good, calculating performance as Florence Wills,whose doubts over how her dad got the device are gradually raised by Helm. Running on revenge for his friend, Hans Albers gives a terrific turn as Holk,thanks to Albers using Holk's calm, measured manner as to hold his real intentions out of sight. Burning up the screen with his cackling,Michael Bohnen gives a dastardly slippery performance as John Wills, who tries to receive rid of all his issues with gold.
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