Robert Reinert1911-1920DramaGermanySilentWeimar Republic cinema

Robert Reinert – Nerven aka Nerves (1919)

Nerven (1919)
Nerven (1919)

In Nerven, writer-director-producer Robert Reinert tried to capture the “nervous epidemic” caused by war and misery which “drives people mad”. This unique portrait of the life in 1919 Germany, filmed on location in Munich, describes the cases of different people from all levels of society: Factory owner Roloff who looses his mind in view of catastrophies and social disturbances, teacher John who is the hero of the masses and Marja who turns into a radical revolutionary. Using different fragments the Munich Film Museum could reconstruct this forgotten German classic which is a historic document and anticipates already elements of the Expressionist cinema of the 1920s.

Nerven (1919)
Nerven (1919)
Nerven (1919)

Container: Matroska
Runtime: 1h 49mn
Size: 1.99 GiB
DXVA: Compatible
Minimum settings: Met
Codec: x264
Resolution: 662x530 ~> 706x530
Aspect ratio: 4:3
Frame rate: 25.000 fps
Bit rate: 2 317 kb/s
German 2.0ch AC-3 @ 224 kb/s

Language(s):German intertitles

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