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January 4    Dallas, TX    THE TEXAS THEATRE

January 4 – 5    Emmaus, PA    EMMAUS THEATRE

January 11    Milwaukee, WI    TIMES CINEMA

January 11    Santa Fe, NM    JEAN COCTEAU CINEMA

January 16    Tucson, AZ    THE LOFT CINEMA

January 17    Hollywood, CA    AMERICAN CINEMATHEQUE - EGYPTIAN

January 22    Ann Arbor, MI    STATE THEATRE

January 24 & 26    New York, NY    ROXY CINEMA

January 25 – 28    Normal, IL    THE NORMAL THEATER

February 1 – 2    Pittsburgh, PA    CARNEGIE SCIENCE CENTER

February 21 & 28    San Rafael, CA    CALIFORNIA FILM INSTITUTE

March 3    Scottsdale, AZ    SCOTTSDALE CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS

The Man Who Fell to Earth Play Dates

Illustration by Keiko Kimura

About

United Kingdom, 1976
Director: Nicolas Roeg
Producer: Michael Deeley, Barry Spikings
Cast: David Bowie, Rip Torn, Candy Clark, Buck Henry
Screenwriter: Paul Mayersberg
Based on the novel by Walter Tevis
Cinematography: Anthony Richmond, B.S.C
Music: John Phillips
Genre: Science Fiction, Drama
Color
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1 (Panavision)
Language: English
Running Time: 140 minutes

Synopsis:
Thomas Jerome Newton (David Bowie) crashes to Earth and immediately registers a series of world-changing patents in an effort to return to his parched planet and dying family. But will the authorities let him go?
 

Reviews and Quotes 2

"Science fiction drama, Western, love story, metaphysical mystery, and satire of modern America."
— Graham Fuller

"ABSORBING AND BEAUTIFUL!"
— Richard Eder, The New York Times

"A science fiction film without science, a terrestrial space opera minus matte shots, models, or pyrotechnics that leaves us not wondering at the stars but grieving for ourselves."
— Robert Lloyd

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