1920s, 1930s, Carl Th. Dreyer, History, Review

Leaves from Satan’s Book

#10 in my ranking of Carl Theodor Dreyer's filmography. With a pair of films under his belt, including the well-received The Parson's Widow, Carl Th. Dreyer set out to make a movie akin to D.W. Griffith's Intolerance, a huge series of interrelated stories in an anthology, spanning millennia. While Dreyer's third film doesn't reach the highs… Continue reading Leaves from Satan’s Book