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I saw Mephisto last night on TCM. It is one of the best films that I have seen in a long time. It pulled me in and captivated me while at the same time entertaining me with its poetic dialoge. This film stimulated my thoughts and feelings on a deeper level than most. The acting was superb, The writing perfectly and beautifully done and the music was a nice compliment to all of the artistic talent. Surely a top-notch film, I will add this one to my collection!
I want a reply on Mephisto.
- Bill Nottingham
Mephisto played about a year ago on TCM, and I missed it. Everything from Cyrano de Bergerac to Casablanca has played two or three times since then. Why has Mephisto not been shown again? I have called for it under "suggested films" several times without success. What is the problem? And why can I not get some kind of answer? I am a big TCM fan and talk about it all the time, but you let me down. Tell me what the reason is we don't get Mephisto again with Klaus Brandau. I'm sick of asking and want to hear from somebody now.
I agree with Paul....
Although I have not seen Mephisto since it was released in the theater, I remember it as a great film. My husband and I have been looking for it for years unsuccessfully. I can't imagine how horrible it would be if it were dubbed. The German is necessary (with subtitles) fully to appreciate the film. I hope this is released in its original form.
Memphisto Sould be Subtitled, Not Dubbed
Memphisto is a great movie with a great cast and performances. I originally saw it on A&E years ago & it was subtitled, but edited for time & I presume some nudity.I found it at the library, brought it home - it was dubbed - horribly dubbed.I found one at a video rental store & it wasn't mentioned if it was subtitled. The clerk played it on the in-house VCR and started to laugh at the "highschool" quality acting that the dialogue now had because of the dubbing.It's out there subtitled, please find it TCM.My high ratings are for the subtitled version.Paul