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Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans

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Synopsis

Screening of F. W. Murnau's Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans (1927) presented in collaboration with Tynedale U3A, as part of Tyne Valley Film Festival


Silent film with music


One of the undisputed pinnacles of silent cinema, this lyrical masterpiece from the director of Nosferatu and Faust is a study of betrayal, love and reconciliation. Seduced by a vamp from the city, a man from a small fishing village plans to murder his wife during a boat trip to town. However, both reach their destination unscathed and there, amid a dazzling panoply of urban attractions, the couple rediscover their love for each other.


Tyne Valley Film Festival is a community programmed film festival consisting of 30 screenings across 14 unique venues in the Tyne Valley.


Tynedale U3A is a self-help organisation which offers opportunities for retired people to become involved in social and educational activities.