Free screening of KISS ME DEADLY
available for KISS ME DEADLY.
On Feb. 9 we present a free screening of the Mike Hammer classic KISS ME DEADLY, as part of the Chris Vognar’s Screening Room presented by Stella Artois series.
Some consider this 1955 Robert Aldrich film to be the ultimate example of film noir. Judge for yourself while Chris, movie critic for The Dallas Morning News, gives us his thoughts on the movie and takes your questions after the screening.
KISS ME DEADLY is full of Cold War paranoia, and kicks off when hard-boiled private eye Hammer finds a barely clothed Christina hitch hiking on a dark and lonely road. After he picks her up, the pair are waylaid by thugs and eventually end up in Hammer’s car at the bottom of a cliff. Christina is dead, and Hammer is determined to see the case to its bitter end.
The movie screens at 7:30 p.m. at the Angelika Film Center in Mockingbird station. Only Rush Line seating is available. The Rush Line opens an hour before screening time. The screening is free.
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