Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat (The Lumière Brothers, 1895)


Original Title: L’Arrivée d’un Train à la Ciotat Directors: Auguste and Louis Lumière Year: 1895 The first public exhibition of motion pictures occurred on 28th …


20 Responses

  1. Better than pixels

  2. better than superman v batman

  3. my great grandfather was trampled to death at the first screening of this and never laid my great grandmother so i never existed

  4. GARBAGEPLAY says:

    Reddit brought me here.

  5. I see people commenting about what people will think of us 100 years from now. Nothing. We changed the perception of time with our endless pictures and videos in good quality. Us we now are the future it will never be the same. For however many years there were before , we are watching technology change humankind forever. 2116 lets look at what it looked like in 2016. Wow very similar tv shows, movies, hq pictures, home movies etc etc etc. It will seem like it was yesterday.


  7. Thumbs up if you thought the train was going to hit you.

  8. People back there were easily pleased.

  9. Mike Smale says:

    I love the importance this has to history, then I think and realize I'm watching a film where every single person in it has died now. It's a movie of ghosts.

  10. RezRising says:

    Man, Tom Hanks has been around FOREVER!

  11. Daniel Gould says:

    Still a better love story than Twilight.
    (are people still saying that? am I cool yet? 🙁 )

  12. Info rio says:

    I have watched this movie so many times, how many people are there. Each time followed by different people

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  14. robbalison says:

    Over 100 years and still no sequel.?

  15. Currahee says:

    This was the VR of old days.

  16. Herr Wolf says:

    That movie was shit

  17. Bellus Deus says:

    Funny but true.. when people watchd this movie for the first time they ran from the theatre because they were afraid hat the train is actually going to crush them..

  18. Pfffffft. This is Creative Commons/Public Domain. You should change your licensing.

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