Even in an era where it seems like virtually every movie is available for purchase, rent or download, repertory houses offer cinephiles a unique opportunity not only to see films that are generally unavailable, but to watch them on the big screen in the way they were meant to be seen. Los Angeles' Egyptian Theatre, which has been around since 1922 and has operated under the auspices of the American Cinematheque for almost three decades, will be offering a holy grail of film history Sunday night at 7:30 PM with a rare – if not seemingly impossible – screening of 'Fear and Desire',Stanley Kubrick's first (and most obscure) feature.
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