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Blackmail

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Blackmail
Blackmail
Image courtesy of Rialto Pictures
Blackmail
Blackmail
Image courtesy of Rialto Pictures
Blackmail
Blackmail

Blackmail

(Alfred Hitchcock, 1929)
Live musical accompaniment by Derek DiCenzo

Thu, Oct 10, 2013 7 PM
Sat, Oct 12, 2013 7 PM

Made in 1929 during the transition to the sound era, Blackmail is one of the best British films, if not the best, of the late 1920s. The story follows a young woman whose flirtation with a young artist suddenly takes a terribly wrong turn. The great London locations include the British Museum and Lyons Tea House at Piccadilly Circus. (75 mins., 35mm)

A Rialto Pictures Release. Restoration by the BFI National Archive in association with STUDIOCANAL. Principal restoration funding provided by The Hollywood Foreign Press Association and The Film Foundation. Additional funding provided by Deluxe 142, Pia Getty, Col & Karen Needham, and the Dr. Mortimer & Theresa Sackler Foundation.

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