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Kammerspielfilm is a type of German film that offers an intimate, cinematic portrait of lower middle class life.[1][2]

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The name derives from a theater, the Kammerspiele, opened in 1906 by a major stage director Max Reinhardt to stage intimate dramas for small audiences. Few Kammerspiel films were made, but nearly all are classics.[3] Kammerspielfilme (the plural form) formed a German film movement of the 1920s silent film period that was developed around the same time as the more commonly known Expressionist movement in cinema. The Kammerspielfilm was known as the "chamber drama" as a result of the influence from the theatrical form of the chamber play.[4] It is characterised by its focus on character psychology and its lack of intricate set design. Also, unlike Expressionist films, Kammerspielfilme seldom used intertitles to narrate the story.

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See also



  • Bordwell, David, and Kristin Thompson. 1997. Film Art: An Introduction. 5th, international ed. New York: McGraw-Hill. ISBN 978-0-07-114073-7.
  • Parkinson, David. 1995. History of Film. World of Art ser. London: Thames and Hudson. ISBN 978-0-500-20277-7.
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