Where: Goethe Institut Amsterdam
| Dir. Carl Boese and Paul Wegener | Germany | 1920 | 85 min |
A landmark title in the evolution of the horror film genre, The Golem is renowned as the first monster movie in the history of cinema. Suffering under the tyrannical rule of Rudolf II in 16th-century Prague, a Talmudic rabbi creates a giant warrior to protect the safety of his people.
Presented with a new soundtrack played live by Garçon Taupe and Coen Oscar Polack
Garçon Taupe’s music is mainly influenced by the electro sound of the 1980s, injecting some acid, 8-bit and disco in the mix.
Coen Oscar Polack is a musician and sound artist. His sound work is a fusion of environmental recordings, synthetic interventions and instrumental elements.
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