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2014 Faculty Exhibition
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Mizoguchi's Greatest Decade
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France | 2011 | Bruno Dumont
The latest inquiry into the sacred and the profane (and the feral and the spiritual) from French master Bruno Dumont (Humanité)is a characteristically spare, laconic, gorgeously lensed work. Set in and around the coastal dunes of northwestern France, the movie focuses on a mysterious drifter who meets a young girl fleeing her abusive stepfather. The vagrant seems half devil, half saint; he can kill with impunity, but also work miracles. Essential viewing! “A secular invocation…An honest account of groping for grace.” –The Village Voice.
No one under 18 admitted! Cleveland premiere. Subtitles. 35mm. 110 min.
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