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Sat 19 October
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(Terence Fisher, UK 1957, 83mins)
The night before his execution for murder, Baron Frankenstein (Cushing) recounts his controversial experiments to create life in a version of Mary Shelley's novel that ruefully captures the moral complexity of the story while losing none of its devastating irony.
Wales Goes Dark & Abertoir present a special triple bill! Buy tickets for all three films for just £10, or, if you’re an Abertoir pass holder, come for free! Call 01970 623232 or come see us in person to take advantage of this great offer. Films include The Hound of the Baskervilles, The Curse of Frankenstein and The Darkest Day.
Presented as part of Wales Goes Dark, which is supported by Abertoir and Film Hub Wales as part of the BFI Audience Network Fund. For more information about Film Hub Wales, please visit www.chapter.org/filmhub.
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