Definition of Langian in English:

Langian

Pronunciation /ˈlaŋɪən/

adjective

Cinema
  • Of or relating to the director and screenwriter Fritz Lang; resembling or characteristic of his films.

    Lang is particularly noted for his early expressionist films set in dystopian cityscapes and his later crime thrillers in the film noir genre, typically treating themes of psychological conflict, moral ambiguity, paranoia, and fate, and featuring creative use of visual imagery, lighting, and camera angles.

Origin

1960s; earliest use found in Films & Filming. From the name of Friedrich Christian Anton ‘Fritz’ Lang, Austrian-born U.S. film director and screenwriter + -ian.