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  • Acteurs : Peter Lorre, Inge Landgut, Otto Wernicke, Theodor Loos, Gustaf Gründgens
  • Réalisateurs : Fritz Lang
  • Format : Noir et blanc, Sous-titré, Cinémascope, NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Allemand (Dolby Digital 1.0)
  • Sous-titres : Anglais
  • Région : Région 1 (USA et Canada). Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.
  • Rapport de forme : 1.33:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Home Vision Entertainment
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 3 novembre 1998
  • Durée : 99 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5 3 commentaires client
  • ASIN: 0780021150
  • Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon: 323.982 en DVD & Blu-ray (Voir les 100 premiers en DVD & Blu-ray)
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Format: DVD
Quand on a dit de M que c'est un filM Mirifique et Magistral, voire énorMe, on n'a, Malheureusement, pas dit énorMéMent sur le sujet. Prenons donc l'iMage clé du filM : la preMière Manifestation de M devant la colonne Maurice. M apparaît par l'oMbre Mais reste hors chaMp. On reMarquera siMpleMent que Lang laisse à la lisière droite du cadre le point d'interrogation. Maladresse ? Mais non. EvideMMent. Ce siMple point résuMe tout le filM. M est-il coupable ? Oui, bien sûr. Mais reste à Mener l'enquête. Tout est déjà dit, et tout reste à découvrir. Le Meurtrier est désigné, Mais reste à dévoiler les Mobiles du criMe. M, lettre Miroir, qui reste la MêMe quand on la retourne. Voilà coMMent est Monté tout le filM. Miroir d'une société entière qui se ligue, de la Maréchaussée aux criMinels, pour endiguer la contagion qui se répand en la personne de M, Miasme Maléfique qui pose la question, toujours d'actualité : le Meurtrier est-il coupable ou non d'agisseMents qui le subMergent ? on n'a pas fini de se Mobiliser sur le problèM.
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Superbe écrin que cette édition 80ème anniversaire de ce chef d'oeuvre intemporel. Un peu dommage que le marché français n'ait pas été concerné (pas de sous-titres français).
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Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Je viens à l'instant de visionner M le Maudit que Fritz Lang considéré comme son meilleur film de la période allemande, et ce
à juste titre. On ne peut que s'etonner que ce film est plus de soixante dix ans, car il est plus moderne que la plupart des sorties, tant dans le fond que dans la forme.
Personne n'a jamais photographier une ville de cette façon, , les techniques cinématographique (magistrales et grandioses) sont plus qu'innovante et le scénario mené de main de maître.
Fritz Lang est sans conteste un des maître du cinéma, Et M son oeuvre la plus aboutie.
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HASH(0x9a80e4a4) étoiles sur 5 Again? ...but well, I've got to buy this one... 4 janvier 2005
Par Toshifumi Fujiwara - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I'm sorry for those who already own the former 1999 Criterion DVD of M (including myself, of course....) but this one is a must-buy item.

After more than 7 decades since its making, Fritz Lang's M remains a poignantly modern film; a striking portrait of the contemporary human world as we live in.

Fritz Lang, who always regarded M as his best film and the one by which he would be remembered, used to call it "a documentary". It is one of the first films about serial killers, and already Lang goes beyond depicting the pathology of such criminal; what M examines is the pathology of our contemporary society of urbanization, mass politics, and mass media: it's also a film about a 20th century metropolis of mass society and mass media culture.

The former Criterion DVD edition of M was made of the best available material back then-- a print restored from many different sources, re-establishing as close as possible, Lang's original release cut. It was also a good transfer for a standard, NTSC digital medium.

But what sometime happen in the world of film restoration is, some materials that have been considered to be lost are suddenly be re-discovered. This new edition of M is created (for the most parts, expect for one reel which was missing) from the original camera negative, and transferred to HD video master. The result is-more details, less scratches, finer grains, and more subtleties.

The earlier DVD was a bare one. This new edition presents Lang's portrayal of social pathology of the 30's also with an audio commentary by Anton Kaes and Eric Renteschler. Kaes's book about M published as part of BFI classics series had already revealed Lang's freighting vision, pointing out how much of M was based on real events and real details of Berlin, including some underground figures played by actual underground celebrities of Berlin. With audio commentary, his points can be more articulately appreciated.

The supplements on the second disc can be seen as a testimonies of how many filmmakers and critics regarded M as a their contemporary film, how much inspiration M has been provoking in film history. But they have seen the film in far less complete versions than we can do now; for M has constantly victim of censorships, banning, alternations and mutilations over the years. The DVD also includes that history, including the Nazis who banned the film using segments of it in a propaganda film accusing "decadent art".

Watching M again on this new DVD was again a real inspiration. Though it is an early sound film, with very limited resources compared to the modern sophisticated technologies...well, it testifies how much one can do with the medium of cinema.
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HASH(0x9a812a68) étoiles sur 5 A classic every film lover should see 1 décembre 2000
Par John N - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
"M" has everything you could hope in a great film. The acting by Peter Lorre, Gustaf Gründgens, Otto Wernicke, and the rest of the cast all perfectly convey the different personalities in this complex story. The use of black & white and shadows is very moody and haunting. The use of sound is very important since it will tell you things the camera isn't showing. The camera work itself is amazing. I especially love the long shot in the beginning of the scene of the beggars are signing up to watch the streets where the camera moves back and forth, up and into a room through a window without a cut.
"M" offers so much for the viewer -- thrills, suspense, humor, terror! I enjoy it more and more with every repeated viewing. Fritz Lang does more than just give ideas on insane criminals. He compares and contrasts the police and the underworld criminal systems. You learn about the "state-of-the-art " systems of that time. And the last words harken a most important message that unfortunately is still true today. Also, if you look deeper, you can even sense Lang's anti-Nazi sentiments.
It's a Criterion Collection DVD, so I had high expectations. I was disappointed with a lack of extras, but I happily noticed scenes that weren't on my VHS version. The picture was mostly clear with white lines rarely popping up. There were long passages of no sound at times, but it's possible it's supposed to be like that. (I no longer have my VHS version to compare.) The subtitles were clear and easy to read. There's interesting details on the film in the liner notes. And not like this would influence anyone's buying decisions, but I also loved the design on the case and the disc.
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HASH(0x9a812054) étoiles sur 5 Haunting and unforgettable masterpiece. 29 décembre 2000
Par David Grant - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
When sound was first introduced into film, the natural response from filmmakers was to use it as much as they possibly could. For Fritz Lang, however, it was to be used sparingly, more like punctuation then narrative. The story of 'M' should be familiar to those who have seen Spike Lee's magnificant 'Summer Of Sam'. There's a killer on the streets, kidnapping and slaying young children, and the police and the underworld of criminals have both set their sights on him. The film doesn't really concern itself with the killer, although he does have a few striking scenes (especially at the film's end where he pitifully tries to plead his case before the kangeroo court of criminals before him) but more so with the dividing line between criminals and police. Both want the killer caught for different reasons. The police want him to end the murders, the crooks want him caught so the cops will ease off their nightly patrols. The film makes these comparisons strikingly clear. It is a powerful film about desperation and fear, justice and innocence. Peter Lorre is remarkable in the role of the killer, his bug-eyed face twisting and contorting with considerable creepiness. His ending monologue is one of the greatest moments in the history of film. Fritz Lang's direction is near-perfect and again his use of sound is breathtaking. The shrill whistling of a tune has never been so frightening before. For all those interested in seeing just how great a film can be, this is one of those must-have films in your collection.
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HASH(0x9a814c48) étoiles sur 5 In all fairness to Criterion 8 juin 2002
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This movie sounds VERY intriguing to me and I will probably purchase it... however, in fairness to the complaints about the Criterion transfer specifically, the lines at the top of the frame, I sent an email to Jon Mulvaney (who responds nearly immediately to ANY questions you have about Criterion releases) and I quote his reply:
"The line that you are referring to was caused by the optical printer during the creation of the original film elements of M. Most video versions have cropped out the line, therefore deleting almost 25% of the picture. We choose not to, making our decision in consultation with the restoration group who did the work from original film elements in Germany. We've tried to correct the problem as much as possible, but no matter what, it can be distracting. Even Fritz Lang knew about this."
As you would expect from them, Criterion did the best they could do (as ALWAYS!).
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HASH(0x9a814a38) étoiles sur 5 Impressive considering the film's age. 6 janvier 2000
Par Stephen Barbe - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Another reviewer here has covered the plot of the film and how good a film it is quite well, so I will concern myself with the merits of the DVD itself. The transfer is very good for a film that is nearly 70 years old. It is clear and reasonably free from defects. There is one small place in which the film appears to fold over on itself, but this lasts for only a moment. It is presented in 1.33:1 aspect ratio, the standard at the time the film was made. The soundtrack is mono and presented entirely trough the center channel. The dialog is easily heard and understandable (if you speak German) and the subtitles are well done. The whistling of the piece from Grieg's Peer Gynt suite is a bit high and tinny at times, but that merely adds to the jarring effect that it is meant to (and does) have on the viewer. This film is a masterpiece from the earliest era of sound motion pictures, and it holds up well to this day. The presentation is not perfect, but it is pleasing and given the age of this film, I don't know that it could be done any better.
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