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People on Sunday

People on Sunday

People on Sunday is a 1930 German silent drama film directed by Curt and Robert Siodmak from a screenplay by Billy Wilder. The film follows the lives of a group of residents of Berlin on a summer's day during the interwar period. Hailed as a work of genius, it is a pivotal film not only in the development of German cinema but also of Hollywood. In addition to the Siodmak brothers and Wilder, the film features the talents of Edgar G. Ulmer, Fred Zinnemann and Eugen Schüfftan, who had developed the Schüfftan process for Metropolis three years earlier. The film is subtitled "a film without actors" and was filmed over a succession of Sundays in the summer of 1929. The ... more on Wikipedia

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