M Review

 
Fritz Lang’s M works on two levels :- one as a police procedural and the second as a social criticism. It invites an open discussion on the plea of insanity regarding sexual abuse cases without maintaining a favorable position regarding each argument.
 
One of the main factors why M turns out to be such a stupendous final product is the fact that this film is devoid of any suspense. The actions of its characters are more mechanical in sense than thrilling.
 
Fritz Lang attempts to penetrate into the human mentality when provoked by uncertainty and dread. Lang weaves the structure of the movie as a social commentatory of the state of the society during Nazi Germany.
 
The gangsters in the movie are reminiscent of the wiseguys in The Godfather, for they wish to distance themselves from a crime so heinous in nature. Their attitude reflects that of the society which seems to find a justification for all the other criminals, but reserve rebuke for the ones tangled in abuse cases. However, Lang also provides a counter-argument to this case, not much with words, but with images. The scene where M tries to abduct another girl is heartbreaking in its nature, making my mind mimeograph the exact emotions the parents of the child might have felt when they found their child’s raped bodies.
 
Fritz Lang’s M is a rare movie, for it invites its viewers to actually think about the grave issues it presents rather than spoon feed the audience what they actually want to hear.
RATING :- 9 / 10

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