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Nosferatu Nosferatu is a typical German movie from the early 1920s and it clearly reflects the society in which the movie was made In many ways the movie reflects the society The Germany of 1920s was a dismal dark and insecure place to be in The economy of the country was in ruins with people using the Deutsche Mark as wallpaper and having to take a barrel of money just to buy bread The darkness of the movie with the plague spreading and nothing being done about it reflects the darkness of German society in the times Nosferatu shows the scornful attitude of the people of the 1920s towards the government of those times When theres a plague and citizens are being killed right and left the German government does nothing about it except retreat into their safe homes vaguely inform the citizens of the plague and not to get out of their homes This movie also reflects the empowerment of women in the 1920s During the early 1920s in most parts of the world women were asking for equal rights to men in terms of employment voting rights etc During the First World War while the men were fighting women had to assume a lot of responsibilities on the home front Women proved that they were equal to men or maybe even superior I think that when the main actress saves the day in this movie she reiterates the statement She proves that its not only the men who can be brave and heroic and that women are equally as brave and can save society The movie shows the disunity of the German people during the 1920s After the end of the First World War when Germany was a defeated country in shambles with an economy in ruins the German people were weak and disunited with most of Germanys territory being given away to foreign countries An explanation for Nosferatus ability to spread
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