Monday, 25 June 2012

Tickets for Scarlet Street

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Scarlet Street - screening on Friday at Kalk Bay

Just a few days to go till our first screening at the Forge in Kalk Bay.

If you think you don't like black and white movies you'll be pleasantly surprised - complex characters and an intriguing plot. Classic noir and not to be missed.

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Monday, 4 June 2012

Scarlet Street
A film by fritz lang

Classic noir from acclaimed Austrian director Fritz Lang, in his American phase.
Trapped in a loveless marriage, Chris Cross (Edward G. Robinson) finds solace in art, and dreams that one day a beautiful girl will love him. When one stumbles across his path, under violent circumstances, he plays the hero, then tells a lie that sends them both spiralling on a path of deceit and destruction. Joan Bennett is gloriously amoral as Kitty, and her paramour, Johnny Prince, (Dan Duryea) is a feckless heel of the highest order.  Crisply understated performances, blackmail and mental torment combine to produce a stunningly original film, which was initially banned by the New York State Censor Board because of its moral ambiguity – allegedly the first film in which a criminal goes unpunished for a crime.
1945, English Language, 103 minutes. Based on the French novel La Chienne (The Bitch) by Georges de La Fouchardière.

Scarlet Street
A film by fritz lang

Friday 29th June 2012, 8pm
The Forge, Windsor Road, Kalk Bay
Tickets: R30 (includes short film and main feature)
Bring your own refreshments
Booking: Tel: 021 8876263
Strictly no parking available in Windsor Road itself. Consult