3RFF: He Who Gets Slapped (Closing Night, Part 2) @ Regent Square

Final closing night film of the Three Rivers Film Festival with live music by Alloy Orchestra.
*"The General" is playing at 4 pm, so for those who want a double dose of closing night films (optional dinner break as a group in between).*

Meet in lobby 7:30-7:45, film at 8 pm
NOTE: Closing night films sell out, so buy your ticket in advance. And get there early to get a seat!
Tickets: $15
Country: USA
Director: Victor Sjöström

This silent rarely screened melodrama helped boost the careers of Lon Chaney, John Gilbert and Norma Shearer. Swedish-born director Victor Sjöström’s adaptation of Leonid Andreyev’s celebrated play tells the story of a brilliant scientist who is publicly humiliated by his wife and her lover. He goes to Paris and becomes the star attraction in a circus, as a clown whose popular act is based on being repeatedly slapped. This powerful tale of social vanity and moral corruption, is made more thrilling with a live original score by the Alloy Orchestra. (1924; 80 min)


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  • Chris M

    Both closing night films were great and it was good to see everyone! See you after Thanksgiving! Everyone have a good holiday!

    1 · November 23, 2013

    • Joanne

      Thanks for organizing both films, Chris - and you have a great holiday, too!

      November 24, 2013

  • Chris M

    To guarantee a seat - in case it's sold out, which usually happens - make sure to purchase tickets online: http://www.showclix.com/event/hewhogetsslapped

    We will meet in lobby at 7:30 and head in by 7:45 to get seats. See you tomorrow!

    November 22, 2013

  • Jeannemarie

    I will make it to the earlier show but I am now only a maybe for this film, so don't wait for me in the lobby!

    1 · November 19, 2013

  • EdScheid

    The closing film with Alloy Orchestra usually sells out

    October 22, 2013

  • David

    I never miss a chance to see a film with the Alloy Orchestra.

    October 21, 2013

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