Metropolis set to screen at film club

Metropolis will be screened at Louth Film Club on Monday.
Metropolis will be screened at Louth Film Club on Monday.

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 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.