Buster Keaton is a god. It has been almost a century since his silent classic Sherlock Jr. hit the big screen. Woody Allen’s The Purple Rose of Cairo is a tribute, and now considered a classic too, although it’s only as old as a millennial. You are invited to a screening of both, accompanied by live piano, for under 4 euros. What more can we say?
“Silence is of the gods; only monkeys chatter.”
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