See this film: Piccadilly at the Coolidge w/ live music by Berklee musicians

Has the popularity of silent movies brought on by the Oscar-winning The Artist since faded to black? Perhaps this screening of E.A. Dupont's lushly noirish Piccadilly (1929) will restore some of the magic. The stunning Anna May Wong plays an impoverished scullery maid whose sultry dancing proves a hit on the stage of a fancy London nightclub. But her good fortune brings on lust, jealousy, greed, and tragedy. Just like The Artist (but without the dog)! It screens as part of the Sound of Silents series at the Coolidge Corner Theatre with live orchestral accompaniment by Berklee musicians. The Coolidge Corner is at 290 Harvard Street, Brookline | Monday, May 7 @ 7 pm | $20; $17 students, seniors | 617.734.2500 or

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