The Man Who Fell to Earth

East Bay Express | September 7, 2011
The wonderment threshold has been raised considerably since the days when Nicolas Roeg and his leading man David Bowie were pop-culture sensations. And so it's an opportune time to revisit Roeg's misunderstood sci-fi idyll, The Man Who Fell to Earth, especially in light of a new "director's cut," which restores some twenty minutes of the filmmaker's intentions.

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