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Schedule for Wednesday, March 4
"Deserves to become a serious art-house hit in the U.S. thanks to its skill in deftly overcoming the form’s usual deficits, for a result that feels as amazingly cohesive as it is relentlessly clever and entertaining." (Godfrey Cheshire, RogerEbert.com)
Academy Award Nominee for Best Foreign Language Film. Six wickedly funny stories about ordinary people pushed over the thin line that divides civilization and barbarism.
Damián Szifrón. 2015. 122 m. R. Spain/Argentina, Spanish with subtitles. Sony Pictures Classics.2:45 PM 5:15 PM 7:50 PM 10:15 PM
Still Alice“Still Alice is a movie that addresses a nightmarish circumstance with calm, compassionate sensitivity." (A.O. Scott, New York Times)
Academy Award Winner for Best Actress in a Leading Role (Julianne Moore). Alice Howland, happily married with three grown children, is a renowned linguistics professor who starts to forget words. When she receives a diagnosis of early-onset Alzheimer's Disease, Alice and her family find their bonds thoroughly tested. Her struggle to stay connected to who she once was is frightening, heartbreaking, and inspiring.
Richard Glatzer/Wash Westmoreland. 2014. 101 m. PG-13. France/USA. Sony Pictures Classics.2:50 PM 5:00 PM 8:35 PM
Leviathan“A grave and beautiful drama, at once intimate and enormous. Pictorially ravishing in the best Russian wide-screen tradition… Mr Zvyagintsev layers social commentary, intense emotion and spiritual allegory without ever losing the human dimension of the narrative.”(A.O. Scott, New York Times
Golden Globe Winner for Best Foreign Language Film. The latest drama from Andrey Zvyagintsev, the acclaimed director of The Return, Leviathan, his fourth feature, is a frank portrayal of bureaucratic corruption in modern Russia. Despite the film's criticism of the Putin regime, Zvyagintsevreceived Russia's Golden Eagle award for his direction of this visually stunning and superbly acted film.
Andrey Zvyagintsev. 2014. 140 m. R. Russia, Russian with subtitles. Sony Pictures Classics.3:00 PM 5:45 PM 9:25 PM
The Guitar Mongoloid"...a free-floating portrait of mischief and compulsion — a cousin to Harmony Korine’s “Gummo” that comments obliquely on fascism and violence." (Ben Kenigsberg, New York Times)
This rarely seen, rather abrasive debut features several of Östlund’s trademarks—an edgy and innuendo-infused title, an unorthodox narrative technique, an observational approach, and a dark sense of humor. Don’t try to link the deliberately unconnected story threads here (a kid twisting TV antennas, a gang destroying all the bicycles in view, the fumblings of a deranged bag lady, a drunken game of Russian roulette, a Jackass-like stunt). Focus instead on the vague disturbances that lie beneath the surface of modern life.
Ruben Östlund. 2004. 89 m. NR. Sweden, in Swedish with subtitles.7:30 PM