Dir: Alberto Cavalcanti, 1947, UK, 99 mins, 35mm, Cert: PG
Sun 17 December 2017 // 16:00
Tickets: £7 (full) / £6 (concession)
Brazilian director Alberto Cavalcanti (a self-proclaimed ‘surrealist with a tendency towards realism’) followed a successful run at Ealing Studios with this British noir starring Trevor Howard as Clem Morgan, an ex-RAF man who, having slipped into a life of petty crime, finds himself framed for a murder he didn’t commit. From prison Clem plots his escape--and his revenge. A tight thriller shot in brooding black-and-white by Otto Heller, They Made Me a Fugitive is a brutal story of desperate times in post-war London.
This film screens from a BFI 35mm print thanks to 2A Films, a repertory cinema programme dedicated to sharing lesser-known or lesser-seen films with audiences.
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