CRI_113082The 53rd London Film Festival, which started last week, is a great chance to rediscover cinematic treasures which have been hidden away in the archives. One of this year’s highlights is silent film Underground, a 1928 film mainly set in London’s Tube.

The newly restored tale of passion and murder takes the viewer across the London Underground and bus system as well as the city’s pubs and Lots Road Power Station. Directed by Anthony Asquith, one of the most talented directors in Twenties Britain apart from Hitchcock, the film is a remarkable journey back in time.

Viewing: 23 October
Tickets are sold out but do check for returns.
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