Sun 7 Jun / + live piano with Andrew Youdell

Le Vertige

Cert. tbc

Special Screenings

130 mins

France | 1926 | b&w | dir. Marcel L'Herbier, with Emmy Lynn, Jaque-Catelain | silent

In Petrograd. Out of jealousy, the General Count Svirsky kills his wife’s lover, Dimitrieff. Knowing what her husband did, Countess Svirska remains faithfull to him as they escape the Russian Revolution to the French Riviera. This rare film featuring decor by Robert Mallet-Stevens, furnishings by Pierre Chareau and Robert Delaunay and costumes designed by Sonia Delaunay, is presented on the occasion of the EY Exhibition: Sonia Delaunay at Tate Modern.

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The film will be screened on a rare 35mm print.

© Marie-Ange l’Herbier / Restauration CNC
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