MOVIE masterpiece Metropolis will be the next movie to screen at Louth Film Club.
The black-and-white classic will be shown on Monday (September 3) at 7.30pm in the Playhouse Cinema in Louth.
“The film club will be screening a comprehensively restored version of one of the great silent classics, Metropolis,” said a spokesperson.
“It includes scenes that were cut after the film’s first release, in 1927, and were thought to have been lost, and the club’s high-definition digital print also features the stirring original musical score.
“Directed by Fritz Lang, Metropolis portrays a futuristic city where the priviliged elite depend for their luxury lifestyle on an underground and unseen working class, and it tells a love story that crosses the divide.
“BBC Radio Lincolnshire’s film reviewer, Dr Sudip Bhaduri, will be giving a short introduction to what is one of his favourite films,” they added.
Metropolis is Certificate PG. Non-members are welcome, paying the normal Playhouse Cinema ticket prices.
For details about the club and its future films visit www.louthfilmclub.com or pick up the free 2012/13 programme from Off The Beaten Tracks record shop at 36 Aswell Street, Louth, or from the Playhouse Cinema, Louth Library or Louth Tourist Information Office.