Friday, July 20 - Sunday, July 22, 2012
High-definition digital projection “Alfred Hitchcock’s 1944 film was one of the sound cinema’s first experiments with minimalism: the entire picture takes place in a small boat, as the survivors of a torpedoed luxury liner find themselves cast adrift with the captain of the U-boat that sank them. The drama is developed without recourse to flashbacks or cutaways, and it is done cleverly and stylishly.” – Dave Kehr, Chicago Reader
- Rating NR
- Year 1944
- Running Time 96 minutes
- Director Alfred Hitchcock
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