Which sections of Fabe’s chapter on Birth of a Nation did you find most interest

Which sections of Fabe’s chapter on Birth of a Nation did you find most interesting, and why? How might the film, and her interpretation of the Gus/Flora sequence, relate to today’s social justice politics and culture wars?
[let’s please avoid overheated comments here; let’s keep the tone and expression honest, but calm and tolerant; and let’s keep focused mainly on the film]Fabe’s chapter 3 compares German Expressionist film with classical Hollywood. What are some of the key, intriguing points she makes in her contrast? Since she discusses the Murnau and Chaplin films, try to focus more on the Hazards of Helen and Caligari films, in your comments. Perhaps share moments/scenes, from any of the films, as examples of her idea
https://archive.org/details/thecabinetofdrcaligari
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