Schedule for Friday, August 19
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"A heartbreaking, wonderfully acted and superbly dramatized drama." (Kirk Honeycutt, Hollywood Reporter)
The critically acclaimed French film, Sarah's Key, follows modern day American journalist, Julia (Kristen Scott Thomas), as she investigates the experiences of a young Jewish girl during the Vel' d'Hiv Roundup in Paris. Through the course of her investigation, Julia uncovers a connection to the girl and hidden truths about France, her French in-laws and ultimately, herself.
Gilles Paquet-Brenner. 2010. 113 m. PG-13. France, English/French. The Weinstein Company.2:30 PM 5:05 PM 7:35 PM
Inspired by true events, Kathy Bolkovac (Rachel Weisz) is an American police officer who takes a job working as a peacekeeper in post-war Bosnia. Her expectations of helping to rebuild a devastated country are dashed when she uncovers a dangerous reality of corruption, cover-up, and intrigue amid a world of private contractors and multinational diplomatic doubletalk.
Larysa Kondracki. 2010. 118 m. R. Canada/Germany. IDP Releasing.2:35 PM 5:00 PM 7:20 PM 9:40 PM
The Party: drunken, raucous role-playing at Cousin Paul’s luxurious apartment.
A student with high ideals for the future is sucked into a wanton world of wild parties when he moves in with his popular, dispassionate cousin. He should be having the time of his life—so why does it feel like he’s sinking into the depths of hell? Claude Chabrol’s look at dystopian lifestyles is equally playful and sinister, an essential New Wave work.
Claude Chabrol. 1959. 112 m. NR. France, in French/German with subtitles. Janus Films.2:40 PM 5:10 PM
Breakfast at Tiffany's
The Party: the social event of the season at Holly Golightly’s brownstone.
Throw boisterous shindigs, bag a rich husband, and own every diamond on display at the corner of Fifth Avenue and 57th—that’s eccentric extrovert Audrey Hepburn’s big plan. But for the self-made socialite, is happiness really a glittering jewel, or is it the simple compassion of her handsome, admiring neighbor? Hepburn positively shines in her most memorable role.
Blake Edwards. 1961. 115 m. NR. USA, English/Portuguese. Paramount Pictures.7:30 PM 9:50 PM
“Embellishes the candid, caught-on-video format to thrilling effect.” (Peter Debruge, Variety)
The government says it’s just bears making trouble in the remote Norwegian countryside, but that’s pretty hard to believe. A trio of college students armed with a video camera set off to discover the truth. Their wildly exciting and entertaining quest fuses B-movie lore and incredible scenery with fairy-tale terror.
André Řvredal. 2010. 90 m. NR. Norway, Norwegian. Magnolia Pictures.10:00 PM