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"The Man Who Fell to Earth" to Crash Land in U.S. Theaters This Summer

Photo of Nigel M Smith By Nigel M Smith | Indiewire May 31, 2011 at 9:39AM

Nicolas Roeg's oddball British sci-fi "The Man Who Fell to Earth," starring David Bowie, will land back in select U.S. theaters this summer in honor of its 35th anniversary, courtesy of Rialto Pictures. The film will kickoff its run in New York at Film Forum on June 24th, followed by a select rollout nationwide.
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Nicolas Roeg's oddball British sci-fi "The Man Who Fell to Earth," starring David Bowie, will land back in select U.S. theaters this summer in honor of its 35th anniversary, courtesy of Rialto Pictures. The film will kickoff its run in New York at Film Forum on June 24th, followed by a select rollout nationwide.

The cult classic follows a space alien (Bowie) who crash lands on Earth, seeking help for his drought-stricken planet.

Click here to see where the film is hitting and when.