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Still from Joseph Losey’s Mr. Klein (1976) courtesy Rialto Pictures

Double Bill: William Wilson followed by Mr. Klein

Dark Mirrors: The Double in Cinema

  • Sunday, August 14, 2022
  • 2:00 p.m.
  • East Building Auditorium

Registration Required

Registration is required and opens Friday, August 5 at noon.

William Wilson is an adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s eponymous 1839 tale of a young man (Alain Delon) stalked throughout his life by a doppelgänger who becomes his unbearable rival. (Louis Malle, 1968) 

In occupied Paris, 1942, art dealer Robert Klein (Alain Delon) exploits wealthy Jews who are obliged to sell their treasures before fleeing the city. Klein’s scheme is toppled, however, when his Jewish doppelgänger unexpectedly surfaces. (Joseph Losey, 1976, 123 minutes)