Egyptian Theatre
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Sat, Mar 25, 2017
7:30pm
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NOIR CITY: FILM NOIR FESTIVAL 2017
Double Feature!
MINISTRY OF FEAR / ADDRESS UNKNOWN
Presented by the American Cinematheque and Film Noir Foundation
Introduction by Eddie Muller of the Film Noir Foundation.
35 mm!

MINISTRY OF FEAR
1944, Universal, 86 min, USA, Dir: Fritz Lang

Ray Milland plays a Londoner traumatized by his wife’s murder who’s released after two years in an asylum - and walks straight into a network of Nazi spies trying to undermine the British war effort. But who’ll believe the warnings of a crazy person? Taking full advantage of the brilliant artifice of the Paramount art department, Lang spins a dizzying tale of alienation and espionage that’s more fun than any wartime thriller has a right to be. Based on the novel by Graham Greene, and featuring delicious supporting turns from Hillary Brooke and Dan Duryea.


35 mm!

ADDRESS UNKNOWN
1944, Sony Repertory, 75 min, USA, Dir: William Cameron Menzies

Director William Cameron Menzies and producer Sam Wood brought this noir-stained B-masterpiece to the screen as a searing character study accentuated by brilliant production design and the deep-focus photography by Rudolph Maté. Two close friends (Paul Lukas, Morris Carnovsky) and their families become enmeshed in a Nazi-wrought nightmare before World War II. Also starring Carl Esmond, Peter Van Eyck and K.T. Stevens (Gloria Wood).


Egyptian Theatre • Sat, Mar 25, 2017 • 7:30pm
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