About the film
A screen poem about life in America at the turn of the century. A story of love and murder told through the voice of a child and expressive images of nature in 1916. A steelworker flees Chicago after a fight with his boss; he takes his little sister and girlfriend with him.
About the speaker
Dr Crofts is a lecturer at the University of West England, and the founder of the Cary Grant Festival, celebrating the life and work of Archie Leach, the Bristol-born legendary actor who moved to America and changed his name.
Tickets are £9, and include a glass of wine or juice, and nibbles.