Saturday Matinee Classics
Thomas (David Hemmings) is a London photographer who spends his time photographing fashion models. But one day he thinks he may have photographed something far more sinister: a murder. After taking pictures in the park, Thomas is horrified to find an ambiguous image lurking on the edge of the frame, which could be a shadow, but looks like a gun. The only thing clear is that the woman (Vanessa Redgrave) in the photo has appeared at his studio — and wants the pictures he took.
Join us after the film for Cinema Club, a post-film discussion with complimentary beer, where we will be exploring the film, its impact and relevance during the sixties, in the world of fashion and photography. The discussion will be led by Henry Maldonado, Patrick Khan, and Steve Torres.
UK | Italy | USA, 1966, 111 minutes, Directed by Michelangelo Antonioni