Screening
It Always Rains on Sunday

Part of Rialto Pictures: 20 Films for 20 Years
Saturday, December 9, 6:00 p.m.
Museum of the Moving Image - Redstone Theater

Dir. Robert Hamer. 1947, 92 mins. 35mm. With John McCallum, Googie Withers. Escaped convict Tommy Swann (McCallum) attempts to hide out at the home of his former lover Rose (Googie Withers), who has since married. Filmed in a grimy, blitzed-out post-War London, from (surprisingly) the director of Kind Hearts and Coronets, the stunning Brit Noir It Always Rains on Sunday defined a new hard-edged realism, largely thanks to Douglas Slocombe’s great cinematography.

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