Those intrigued by the glimpse of F.W. Murnau's work on
offer in the Harvard Film Archive's current Weimar series will want to take in
his masterful Hollywood debut, Sunrise (1928). A tale of greed,
desire, and folly, it features stunning visuals as Murnau's camera moves with
the freedom and grace that his characters so tragically lack, and Berklee students
will be accompanying it with live music as part of the Coolidge Corner
Theatre's "Sounds of Silents" series at 290 Harvard St, Brookline | December 6 @ 7 pm | $20;
$17 students, seniors | 617.734.2500 or coolidge.org.