Friday, November 30, 2007

H.G.Wells Things to Come

Things to ComeCarnegie-Stout recently added an interesting DVD to our collections, H.G. Wells Things to Come (1936, UK).

Excerpt below from the cover. See also Wikipedia.
One of the most important science fiction films of all time, Things To Come opens prior to World War II and takes the viewer on a hundred-year time trip to 2036 A.D. when a man and woman are rocketed to the moon. This inspired saga predicts television, jet planes and evil dictators. Featuring fabulous sets, a rich musical score and sweeping visual grandeur. A truly spectacular film event!

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