A Cottage on Dartmoor (PG) with live accompaniment from Wurlitza
Directed by Anthony Asquith
Starring: Uno Henning, Norah Baring and Hans Adalbert Schlettow.
Running time 88 minutes
Said to “Out-Hitchcock Hitchcock”, Anthony Asquith’s 1929 silent film “A Cottage on Dartmoor” uses every available cinematic trick to create a story of jealousy and suspense. It is a snapshot taken at the rise of early talking films, cleverly woven into a plot that involves an escaped convict and a love triangle.
The soundtrack is provided by Cornish band Wurlitza including music by Villa Lobos, Serge Gainsbourg, Right Said Fred, Clearwater Credence Revival, Buddy Holly, Chopin and Louis Armstrong.
PLEASE NOTE START TIME IS 8PM, DOORS OPEN at 7.30
Doors open at 7.30pm
Starts at 8pm
Students & Under 18s £5