The Day The Earth Stood Still
The world is at stake, Earth is on the verge of a catastrophic nuclear confrontation and peace must be achieved through violent alien interference. This 1951 materpiece by Robert Wise is oftenly accused of typical Hollywood silliness, lack of imagination and bad acting. The film really includes all that, plus Michael Rennie, a great score by Bernard Herrmann, the coolest giant robot of the 50s played by the 7'7 tall Lock Martin, an awe inspiring movie title and an alien catchphrase to die for.
Inks, watercolour, digital editing.