The Golem is a clay figure brought to life by a disaffected human community, Dr Caligari mesmerises a somnambulist
in order to execute deeds that further his own fantasies, Orlac's hands are lost in an accident and replaced with the hands of a criminal, and Dr Rotwang creates a robot in the image of his rival's lover in Metropolis.
Heck, Cage doesn't appear to, walking through the movie like a somnambulist
, while co-star Julianne Moore looks as if she's about to burst into tears.
Each short poem exquisitely captures the essence of experiencing its subject, from rationing in 1945 to the clumsy motions of a somnambulist
to the incurable condition that is ardor.
At the back sits resident somnambulist
Charlie Watts who never seems to break into a sweat, but then a sweat would be bad for him at 64.
The topics include Mudreero Narogin's Dalwurra, the invention of identity in Singapore poetry in English and Chinese, reading the feminism in Arthurian romances, and the somnambulist
careening around the crater.
Caligari" (1919), a provocative and influential story of murder and madness centered around a traveling hypnotist and a somnambulist
Here's how Phil Hardy describes Lewton's creation in his Encyclopedia of Horror Movies: a "haunting, nightmarishly beautiful tone poem of voodoo drums, dark moonlight and somnambulist
ladies in floating white brought to perfection by direction .
The same year that she finished "Flowering Judas," she wrote the poem "Night-Blooming Cereus," in which "Upborne by savage dark thorns the paper-lace dramatic flower/Spins in the winds, a dancing somnambulist
As Joe, Michel Bell sails through "Ol' Man River" with enough volume to be heard on the Mississippi Delta, but he moves like a somnambulist
, a basso trying too hard to be profundo.
Barton argues that "Like Brecht, [Byron] wanted his audience to think, not to be transported out of itself into a world of day-dreams and somnambulist
repose" (" 'A Light to Lesson Ages': Byron's Political Plays," Byron: A Symposium, ed.
A chap who drove his BMW across a dual carriageway and into a tree was found not guilty of motoring offences because he pleaded a somnambulist
The film repeatedly gives the audience clues as to the liminal nature of its reality, but the power of the film rests on its ability to portray the unconscious world as activist-oriented, by contrast especially to the somnambulist
alienation which characterizes Ed Norton's "real" job and lifestyle.