I've written a piece for Mubi.com on the 1995 German film The Deathmaker
, which dives into the extensive single-room interrogation of Fritz Haarmann, the serial killer first dramatized in 1931 by Fritz Lang with M
. The film's directed by Romuald Karmakar, a filmmaker that too few cinephiles are familiar with. Head on over to The Notebook
to hear about why I find this spatially limited film so damn compelling.
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