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  • Five people in a sitting room; two women and two men look at another man (seated at a piano) with indignation.

THE CONSTANT NYMPH

Sunday, August 15

2:15 ♪

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♪ LIVE PIANO ACCOMPANIMENT BY STEVE STERNER

Director Adrian Brunel
Cast Ivor Novello, Mabel Poulton, Mary Clare
Screenplay Dorothy Farnum, Alma Reville
Based on the play by Margaret Kennedy and Basil Dean
Cinematography David W. Gobbett
1928 | UK | Digital, courtesy of the BFI, London | Approx. 110 min
Silent with English Intertitles

Amid location shooting in the Austrian Tyrol, composer Ivor Novello impulsively weds the niece of his just-deceased mentor, but back in Britain the mentor’s young daughter starts to look good. Co-written by Alma Reville.

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