Revolverkino at the Gropius Bau


With “Wild River” by Elia Kazan

Inspired by the exhibition The Cool and the Cold, where mirror reflections and parallels in the fine art of the USA and USSR play such an important part, Revolverkino at Gropius Bau adds complementarity and complexity to the big picture with three surprising pairs of films.

Film still from “Wild River”

Film still from “Wild River”

© Park Circus

  • English original version

Past Dates

Wild River (Elia Kazan, USA 1960), original version, 19:00

Riverside land must be cleared to prevent flood damage. Montgomery Clift plays the public official whose job it is to persuade the last obstinate individualists to move out. Public welfare – so the message – brings progress, and yet also deepens the rift that opens up when people need to be forced into embracing their good fortune.

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