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also known as Juve contre Fantômas

Juve vs. Fantômas1913

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Driven by greed and sheer malice, ruthless criminal genius and incomparable master of disguise Fantômas (René Navarre) weaves a path of death and destruction across Paris while trying to remain a step ahead of his resourceful nemesis, police inspector Juve (Edmund Bréon) in JUVE VERSUS FANTOMAS, the second of Louis Feuillade's Fantômas films.

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Excellent cliffhanger ending. Feuillade's use of outdoor locations, models and twists during the narrative are brilliant and show how future movie serials should be done.

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Here is where the wheels of the 20th Century really start spinning. The suspense, the twists and turns of the plot, the diabolical mastermind—all set against the serene backdrop of Edwardian Europe in twilight, just before the great nightmare swarmed over the continent. Louis Fueillade laid the foundation for a score of genres and countless filmmakers, and traces of his influence can be found even today. However, the Fantomas series raises one disturbing question for modern audiences: whatever became of Fantomas’ nemesis, Jerome Fandor?

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Excellent cliffhanger ending. Feuillade's use of outdoor locations, models and twists during the narrative are brilliant and show how future movie serials should be done.

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In the second film of the series Fantômas and Juve (with his friend Fandor) match wits again. These are spectacular restorations and very fun to watch. This one even had a cliffhanger ending. Feuillade is creating a great character here; one who is ruthless, cunning, and homicidal. The only thing missing is maybe some background on his motivation? Is he just a sociopath or did some past event lead him down this road to crime? So far I've seen the first three films and look forward to the final two.

the first Fantomas was much better