Odd Man Out
1947, Carol Reed, UK, 116 min. With James Mason, Kathleen Ryan.
- Sat, Nov 12th 3:00pm
- Wed, Nov 16th 6:00pm
"A fantastic, thoughtful and stunningly photographed thriller...A fascinating supporting cast and a rousing score by William Alwyn add brio to Mason's performance." — Dave Calhoun, Time Out New York
ODD MAN OUT is the first in Reed’s series of classics (THE FALLEN IDOL, THE THIRD MAN, THE MAN BETWEEN) depicting a postwar world in which traditional moral underpinnings have been thrown out of joint. Mason had a breakthrough role as Johnny McQueen, leader of an IRA-like organization in Belfast. Weakened by years in prison, Johnny botches a factory robbery that leaves him gravely wounded and separated from his comrades. Like other Reed films, ODD MAN OUT becomes as much about its city as its protagonist, as Johnny undertakes an increasingly hallucinatory journey through a nocturnal, snowy Belfast populated by a gallery of motley characters drawn with Dickensian vividness. 35mm. (MR)
SATURDAY DOUBLE-BILL DISCOUNT!
Buy a ticket at our regular prices for the first "Brit Noir" film on any Saturday in November, and get a ticket for the second "Brit Noir" film that day at the discounted rate with proof of your original purchase: General Admission $7; Students $5; Members $4. (This discount rate applies to the second feature only. Discount available in person at the box office only.)