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DES JEUX, ILLUSIONS, ET BÊTES: 1930s JEAN RENOIR

LA BÊTE HUMAINE

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Fri Dec 09 7:00 9:00
Sat Dec 10 7:00 9:00
Sun Dec 11 5:30 7:30

(1938, 35mm, 100m, French with English subtitles) w/Jean Gabin, Julien Carette, Simone Simon. In this thriller based on Émile Zola’s novel, Jacques Lantier (Gabin) is a disturbed train engineer who falls for a woman (Simon) who has helped her husband commit murder. This very rare 35mm print is screened courtesy of The Cultural Services of the French Embassy.

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KIRK DOUGLAS CENTENNIAL

THE VIKINGS

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Sun Dec 11 3:00
Mon Dec 12 7:00 9:15
Tue Dec 13 7:00 9:15

(1958, 35mm, 116m) dir Richard Fleischer w/Tony Curtis, Ernest Borgnine, Janet Leigh. Half-brothers Einar (Douglas) and Erik (Curtis) loot, pillage, and battle each other for the throne of Northumbria and the love of the captive princess Morgana (Leigh).

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SOUND UNSEEN

WE ARE X

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Wed Dec 14 7:00 (16 remaining) 8:45
(2016, DCP, 93m) dir Stephen Kijak. Under the enigmatic direction of drummer, pianist, composer, and producer Yoshiki, X Japan has sold over 30 million singles and albums have pioneered a spectacle-driven style of visual rock, creating a one-­of­-a-kind cultural phenomenon.

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THE LOST ARCADE

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Thu Dec 15 7:00 8:45
(2015, DCP, 79m) dir Kurt Vincent. Blinking, beaming, and ringing, The Lost Arcade intimately memorializes the end of video arcades in New York City, while celebrating the camaraderie and history of a pop culture phenomenon. The film is an exceptional directorial debut that focuses on the Chinatown Fair, the Mott Street landmark where generations honed their craft.

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DES JEUX, ILLUSIONS, ET BÊTES: 1930s JEAN RENOIR

LA CHIENNE

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Fri Dec 16 7:00 9:00
Sat Dec 17 7:00 9:00
Sun Dec 18 5:30 7:30

(1931, DCP, 95m, French with English subtitles) w/Michel Simon, Janie Marèse, Georges Flamant. Renoir’s first artistic success was also his first commercial one. It focuses on a painter who’s taken advantage of by a prostitute and her pimp.
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