The Night of the Hunter
Dir. Charles Laughton (1956).
Charles Laughtons lone directorial effort is a unique synthesis of German Expressionism and D.W. Griffith, pitting a saintly Lillian Gish against Robert Mitchums murderous preacherone of the great psychopaths in American cinema.
Fri., Nov. 12; Sat., Nov. 13, 2010
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