'The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog', 1927

Film screening
July 5

In the first film with typical 'Hitchcock suspense', Jonathan Drew is Mr. and Mrs. Bunting’s first boarder. When a serial killer stalks the dimly lit streets of London, the Bunting’s suspicion soon falls upon him.

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock.

This screening is organised as part of the exhibition Charlotte Salomon in close-up, which can be seen in the Jewish Museum until September 29.
Check the agenda for the full film program.

Admission: free + museum ticket.
Free access to the museum and screening for Cineville pass holders.

Free access to the museum and screening for Cineville pass holders.