Film Noir and German Expressionism in: "Batman" and "Citizen Kane"
The film Citizen Kane is rooted to Film Noir and German Expressionism because of the duality of man because it shows the complexity between good and evil. This is because at the beginning of the movie, he was a kind, well-liked man, and towards the end, he turned into a mean and selfish person. It is also rooted because it contains morally complex characters, such as Charles Foster Kane who changed drastically throughout the course of the film.
In the films, Batman, and Citizen Kane the Codes and Structures of German Expressionism and Film Noir were very clear. The films showed these clearly through the institution of the American family, masculinity, history of colonialism and colonization, and Film Noir and German Expressionism.
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