The Man Who Fell To Earth

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Released 1976

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Director:
Nicolas Roeg
Released:
1976
Rating:
R
Thomas Jerome Newton, a mysterious and complex personality, appears in New York. Despite his curiously frail physical presence, the strength of his intellect and scientific knowledge appear to transcend contemporary human experience. His inventions are of such originality that they will revolutionize the nation's systems of communication, and lead, in approximately three years, to the creating of the largest corporate empire in the United States ...

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  • 100

    Time Out New York Joshua Rothkopf

    It may be time to stop calling Nicolas Roeg's sexed-up sci-fi film that vaguely demeaning term - a cult classic - and start addressing it as what it is: the most intellectually pro...

  • 75

    Chicago Sun-Times Roger Ebert

    Bowie, slender, elegant, remote, evokes this alien so successfully that one could say, without irony, this was a role he was born to play.

  • 75

    Philadelphia Inquirer Steven Rea

    It's not just the grainy stock and bad sound - technically, we've come a long way. It's the cheesy sex, the awkward edits, the hammy symbolism, the mix of art-house aesthetics and ...

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