They have now brought to life Carol Reed's 'The Third Man' at the Farmiloe Building in the secret streets and alleyways of Clerkenwell, London, through to the backstreets of Kabul, Afghanistan.
Over 19,000 people travelled to Vienna becoming part of Harry Lime's Rogue racket, Major Calloway's investigation patrols and Crabbin's British Cultural Office.
A photographer from the Vienna Times documented the happenings. You can see the amazing photo's here on Future Cinema's Flickr page.
Future Shorts London Productions have made this propitious and captivating video.
Secret Cinema presents The Third Man
"Thank you for bringing books, flowers, toys, unwanted clothing and amazing attire into the city. By stepping inside the world of 'The Third Man' you helped create our greatest adventure so far. All the contributions of clothes, toys and props have been donated to our charity partner Save The Children to help children in Afghanistan."
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P.S. "Harry Lime is alive and well, staging the breakdown of Europe, running an Immigration racket and involved in moving large amounts of fake currency out of Kabul."
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