Sunday, April 7
Introduced by Geoff Dyer
(1967, John Boorman) Like an angry, righteous machine, godfather of cool Lee Marvin, in blue-grey business suit, systematically hunts down his betrayers to reclaim his rightful share of the take. Visually bold, fractured Neo-Noir influenced American 70s crime movies and launched Boorman’s international directing career. Adapted from a Donald Westlake novel. 35mm. Approx. 92 min.
Introduced by British essayist/humorist Geoff Dyer, author of the new book ‘Broadsword Calling Danny Boy’: Watching Where Eagles Dare (published by Pantheon), with book signing in lobby following screening.