BFI Sci-Fi season
Alex Proyas, 1998, USA, 100 mins, Rated 15
Thu 30 October 2014 // 20:00
When John Murdoch (Rufus Sewell) wakes up in a hotel bathtub without any memory of how he got there, he is thrust into a bleak world of perpetual darkness, grisly murders and the mysterious Strangers - telekinetic beings who appear to be manipulating the inhabitants of the city. But for what purpose? The Crow director Alex Proyas' visually dazzling cult favourite merges neo-noir and science fiction to create a unique nightmarish cinematic mystery which explores the very nature of identity and perception.
** Advance tickets are available to purchase on-line until 4 hours before the start of the film. If advance tickets are "sold out" please note that we always keep back 20 tickets to sell on the door. Early arrival is advised, the doors open 30 minutes before the film starts.
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