“Every moment vibrates with tension . . . the most extraordinary art piece I’ve seen all year.”—The Independent
After witnessing a murder, a man’s life is upended as he confronts issues of morality, sin, and punishment—and finds himself crossing the line between innocence and complicity in the crime. Tilda Swinton and Miroslav Krobot costar in this mesmerizing adaptation of a Georges Simenon mystery. The Man from London had its U.S. premiere at the Walker’s Regis Dialogue and Retrospective with renowned Hungarian director Béla Tarr in 2007. Following this rare appearance, Tarr returned to Europe and thoroughly reworked the dialogue and sound to make this definitive new version. 2007, 35mm, in English and French with English subtitles, 132 minutes.