End of the World (La fin du monde)
Directed by Abel Gance
End of the World (La Fin du Monde, 1931) is legendary director Abel Gance’s (Napoleon) first sound film, and France’s first all-talking feature. It is a multi-million-dollar super-production depicting an approaching apocalypse, presented in a 2K restoration from Gaumont. Following the discovery of a comet heading straight for the Earth, a scientist, helped by his brother, manages to unify all the nations of the world and have a Universal Republic proclaimed.
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- Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
- Color: B&W