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Sci Fi KRAKATIT
(1949) Karel Hoger, Florence Marly, Eduard Linkers, Natasa Tanska.
A brilliant sci-fi film.
“Krakatit” is the name of an ultimate explosive, more powerful than an A-bomb, invented by a scientist named Prokop.
He suffers from meningitis-induced hallucinations and accidentally gives the Krakatit formula to a colleague.
Prokop is then coerced into helping the government finalize his formula, which their top scientists can’t understand.
Marly—years before playing the alien vampire in
Queen of Blood
—is beautiful as the royal princess who attempts to secure his help.
Her likeness to Greta Garbo in some scenes is striking.
After many plot twists, the film rushes to its
The images in this film are stunning, a classic example of b&w film-making at its best.
The “runway” scene is a visual delight.
The entire cast is superb with Hoger giving a tortured performance you won’t forget. Linkers is great as the sleazy government man who tries everything to induce his cooperation.
The film also boasts a terrific music score.
Watch for some great lab scenes with cool equipment.
The final scene of Prokop running and running, looking back at the giant laboratory in the distance is unforgettable.
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