Napoleon Acts III&IV

Parts III and IV of Abel Gance’s historical silent epic. “A masterpiece of cinematic vision” - Stanley Kubrick

‘Napoleon’ offers one of the most richly rewarding and thrilling experiences in the history of cinema, a fantastic pairing of music and film, comparable to grand opera in its intensity, offering dazzling scenes of unparalleled brilliance, with full scale historical recreations of episodes from the personal and political life of Napoleon from the French Revolution to the heroic arrival of French troops in Italy marking the beginning of the First Italian campaign of 1796.

In the culmination of a 50-year project, Academy Award-winning film historian Kevin Brownlow and the BFI National Archive completed a digitally restored version of Abel Gance’s cinematic triumph coupled with Carl Davis’s magnificent score.

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Runtime 155 Minutes
Release date 1927