‘The Man Who Fell to Earth’ will arrive at the National Cinematheque

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A unique cinematic journey that challenges conventional narrative.

Good news for movie lovers as they will soon be able to experience a classic staging at the National Cinematheque. The iconic movie The man who fell to Earth directed by Nicolas Roegwill arrive at this prestigious Mexican venue.

The film starring David Bowie in one of his most memorable roles, has become a cult work over time, and his return to the big screen promises to be an exciting event. With a powerful metaphor in its plot, fans continue to be intrigued even several decades after its release in 1976.

The English film director’s unique style, which challenges traditional narrative conventions, has left an indelible mark on the audiovisual world. The man who fell to Earth It is a film journey that introduces you to a non-linear narrative and makes you question reality in the same way its characters do.

The opportunity to see this work in the National Cinematheque It is an experience that you will not want to miss and here in Indie Rocks! We will keep you up to date with screening dates. Prepare to live an experience that will immerse you in deep contemplation on alienation in modern life.

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