Thursday, April 20, 2023

Pandoras's Box, will be shown at the Old Woollen in Farsley

The 1929 Louise Brooks' film, Pandoras's Box, will be shown at the Old Woollen in Farsley in the United Kingdom. More information can be found HERE.

And here is a bit more information regarding this screening from the venue website.

£13 + Booking Fee. Doors 7pm. Show 8pm. (Unreserved Seated)

G.W. Pabst’s 1929 silent movie masterpiece Pandora’s Box stars Louise Brooks in the role which ensured her a place in the Pantheon of immortal goddesses of the silver screen. This controversial, and in its day heavily censored, movie is still listed in the UK Guardian Newspaper’s top 100 films. It is a two-hour emotional rollercoaster ride through the loves – male and female – of Lulu, a high class courtesan and dancer, and the trail of devastation she blazes through 1920s Berlin society, to exile in a Parisian gambling den, and abject poverty and violent death in a fogbound London.

This special screening features an original live score.

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