When: Thu., Feb. 4 2016

A film Alfred Hitchcock directed before he moved to the United States, Sabotage centers on a London cinema manager who secretly builds bombs. Based on a short story by modernist writer Joseph Conrad, the 1936 film won critical acclaim upon its release as Pauline Kael called it "the best of [Hitchcock's English thrillers]. Tonight at 6:45 and tomorrow night at 9:10, the Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque shows a 35mm print of the movie. Tickets are $10. (Niesel)

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