Thursday, November 22 - Sunday, November 25, 2012
High-definition digital projection
“Hitchcock decided to film the Leon Uris spy novel without clear-cut dramatic leads, and the various vignettes cover a lot of ground and guilt. Few directors are capable of this kind of structural experimentation so late in their careers, and Hitchcock deserves much credit for his audacity. Ultimately, the film leads to the highly expressive narrative complications of Family Plot.” – Dave Kehr
Due to a shipping problem, we will be unable to screen the 35mm print, as previously announced. We apologize for the inconvenience.
- Rating PG
- Year 1969
- Running Time 143 minutes
- Director Alfred Hitchcock
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