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This text reconnects "M" to its significance as an event in 1931 Germany, recapturing the film's extraordinary social and symbolic energy. Interweaving close reading with cultural history, Anton Kaes reconstitutes "M" as a modernist artwork. He also analyzes Joseph Losey's 1951 film noir remake.
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