Film Series: The Man from London


Location: Browning Cinema, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

p(image-right). "!/assets/29878/dpacsnap.jpg(The Man from London)!": Maloin leads a simple life without prospects at the edge of the infinite sea; he barely notices the world around him, has already accepted the slow and inevitable deterioration of life around him and his all but complete loneliness. When he becomes a witness to a murder, his life takes a sudden turn. He comes face to face with issues of morality, sin, punishment, the line between innocence and complicity in a crime, and this state of scepsis leads him to the ontological question of the meaning and worth of existence. The film is about desire, man's indestructible longing for a life of freedom and happiness, about illusions never to be realised - about things that give all of us energy to continue living, to go to sleep and get up day after day... Maloin's story is ours - all of those who doubt and are able to question our humdrum existence. Introduced by "Ted Barron":, Senior Associate Director at the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center at the University of Notre Dame. Directed by Bela Tarr, 2007. Not Rated, 139 minutes Tickets for all films are $6, $5 faculty/staff, $4 seniors, and $3 all students. To purchase tickets, contact the box office at 574-631-2800 or visit "":

The introduction to the film can be seen below: