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TIEMPO DE MORIR
Mexico | 1966 | Arturo Ripstein
Latin American literary giants Gabriel García Márquez and Carlos Fuentes co-wrote the first feature directed by Mexico’s master filmmaker Arturo Ripstein. Selected as a 2016 “Cannes classic” and only now being released in the U.S., this “chili Western” tells of an ex-con who served 18 years in prison for murder and now wants to lead a quiet life. But the sons of the man he killed have been waiting to take their own revenge. Cleveland revival premiere. Subtitles. DCP. 90 min.
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