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September 2017

Brighton Rock (PG)

Fri 1 September @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Metal at Edge Hill Station, Tunnel Road
Liverpool, Merseyside L7 6ND United Kingdom
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£3

As part of Scalarama 2017, and linked to our Different Trains 1947 season, Metal presents Brighton Rock. This classic adaptation of a Graham Greene novel was released in 1947, and stars Richard Attenborough. Considered at the time to be one of the darkest, most shocking crime films ever released, it still packs a punch today. The screening takes in place in the buildings on Platform 3 at Edge Hill Station. You are welcome to bring your own refreshments. Tickets are £3, (free for residents of L7/L8/L15, and no-one turned away due to lack of funds). Seats are very limited: please book through both paid and free tickets through Eventbrite.

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A Throw of Dice (U)

Fri 15 September @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Metal at Edge Hill Station, Tunnel Road
Liverpool, Merseyside L7 6ND United Kingdom
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*Click here to book tickets* As part of Scalarama 2017, and linked to our Different Trains 1947 programme, Metal presents A Throw of Dice (U). The film has been selected by acclaimed filmmakers Ian Forsyth and Jane Pollard, who Metal have commission to create the visual element of Different Trains 1947. After the beautiful Sunita nurses Ranjit back to health following dramatic events during a royal tiger hunt, his wicked rival Sohat persuades him to risk his kingdom and his love in a fateful game of dice. A Throw of Dice (Prapancha Pash) is the third film in a pioneering trilogy of silent films made through a unique partnership between German director Franz Osten and Indian actor-producer Himansu Rai, whose films combined documentary techniques with narratives derived from Indian myths and legends. Shot on location in Rajasthan, the film features over 10,000 extras and an impressive array of horses, elephants and tigers. Its star actors all had major careers in Indian cinema and remain legendary and much-loved figures. The film is presented with a new full orchestral score by award-winning musician, producer and composer Nitin Sawhney, performed by the London Symphony Orchestra. The screening takes in place in the buildings…

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