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Play Dates

NEW 4K RESTORATION

February 6        Bloomington, IN        IU CINEMA

February 15        Santa Monica, CA        AMERICAN CINEMATHEQUE AERO

February 24 – 25 & 27        Kingston, ON        SCREENING ROOM

February 27        Denver, CO        ALAMO DRAFTHOUSE SLOANS LAKE

February 29        Winnipeg, AB        WINNIPEG FILM GROUP


March 1 – 7        Ashburn, VA        ALAMO DRAFTHOUSE ONE LOUDOUN

March 3        Columbus, OH        WEXNER CENTER FOR THE ARTS

March 15 – 21        Omaha, NE        ALAMO DRAFTHOUSE LA VISTA


March 30        Rochester, NY        THE LITTLE THEATRE

April 5 & 7        Somerville, MA        SOMERVILLE THEATRE

Peeping Tom Play Dates

About

United Kingdom, 1960
Director: Michael Powell
Producer: Michael Powell, Albert Fennell
Cast: Carl Boehm, Anna Massey, Moira Shearer
Screenwriter: Leo Marks
Cinematography: Otto Heller
Music: Brian Easdale
Genre: Drama, Horror
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
Language: English
Running Time: 101 minutes

Synopsis:
The bodies pile up as sensitive film studio focus puller Mark Lewis (Carl Boehm) moonlights as a private photographer of scantily-clad women, while obsessively working on his own "documentary" of the women's dying expressions. Director Powell's career was effectively destroyed by the critical backlash to the film.

Restoration:
Restored by The Film Foundation and BFI National Archive in association with Studiocanal. Funding provided by The Film Foundation and Studiocanal. Special thanks to Martin Scorsese and Thelma Schoonmaker for their consultation. 4K scanning by Silver Salt Restoration Limited, London; Picture restoration by Cineric, Inc., New York; Audio restoration by BFI National Archive

Reviews and Quotes 2

"The quintessential Michael Powell film, at once mischievous and compassionate, ironic and evangelistic, comic and tragic. A film of visceral terror."
Film Comment

"A masterpiece full of dread, raw with vulgarity. No wonder the critics were shocked, the film was so far ahead of the game."
— David Thomson

"Peeping Tom and Fellini's 8 1/2 are the two great films that deal with the philosophy and danger of filmmaking."
— Martin Scorsese

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