Stanley Kubrick / US, 1956 / 85 min.
Johnny Clay thinks he has planned the perfect robbery, but perfection is unpredictable when it involves humans, Stanley Kubrick reveals in the noir classic The Killing.
Rain-drenched streets, curls of cigarette smoke, and men with a dark past. An inescapable fate and a femme fatale, sly and sexually independent. This summer Eye is presenting an extended programme of classic film noir, featuring masterpieces such as The Third Man and In a Lonely Place starring Humphrey Bogart. With vintage 35mm prints and newly restored works.