An Evening At The Cabinet Of Dr Caligari – That Really Cool Thing In London

This is kind of what it looked like – we were all stood or sat inside that circular curtain of tubes where the film was projected on.  Photo stolen from Time Out.  My camera is shit, forgive me.
Allegedly the first ever film to feature a twist, a 1920’s silent film.
At first I didn’t think I was going to get it, it seemed a bit too avant-garde for someone from Hull, but I did end up really enjoying it.
I need to start getting organised for my weekend so I don’t really have the time to write much more, there are two perfectly good reviews on Resident Advisor and Ibiza Voice if you want to read more.
Most amusingly the reviewer on Ibiza Voice met a girl on the tube station afterwards who said “That was shit –by far the worst thing I’ve ever seen.”
I disagree, it was the best film I have seen all year.  Albeit the only film I have seen this year.
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