While many of the films City Guide brings your attention to are exciting in that it's a genuine treat to catch a classic print on the big screen, most of the time you can watch the films we spotlight on DVD—but not this time. Fritz Lang's Ministry of Fear screens tomorrow at 92YTribeca and if you don't go there's no telling when you'll have another opportunity. See, Ministry of Fear, embarrassingly enough, has never been released on DVD.

In Lang's oeuvre, Ministry of Fear receives little attention, in part because of its limited availability, but also because its so weird most critics and viewers don't know what to do with it. The film follows a man, newly released from a mental asylum, who comes into possession of a cake that the Nazis really, really want. To give much else away would be wrong.

Ministry of Fear (1944)
Wednesday, April 6
7:30 p.m.
200 Hudson St, New York
Tickets $12