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Friday, June 05, 2020

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YOURSELF AND YOURS

South Korea | 2016 | Hong Sang-soo

The latest “soju dream” by South Korea’s prodigiously inventive Hong Sang-soo is a wry romance in which a painter breaks up with his girlfriend after hearing that she has been seen drinking with another man. She disappears from the artist’s life, but a mysterious woman who looks just like her starts turning up. “A wise and gently absurdist allegory about how best to approach relationships…Immensely satisfying.” –Variety. Cleveland premiere. Subtitles. 86 min. ...

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SHIRLEY

United States | 2020 | Josephine Decker

Elizabeth Moss plays horror writer Shirley Jackson (The Haunting of Hill House) in the new film by the director of Madeline’s Madeline. It was one of the most acclaimed movies at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, and has a 97% critics rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Set in Vermont sometime after the 1948 publication of Jackson’s landmark short story The Lottery, the film explores the fraught home life of the troubled author and her philandering, college-professor...

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TOMMASO

Greece, Italy, United Kingdom, United States | 2019 | Abel Ferrara

Willem Dafoe stars in perhaps the most personal film ever made by longtime renegade moviemaker Abel Ferrara (Ms. 45, Bad Lieutenant). Dafoe plays a version of Ferrara himself. Tommaso (like Ferrara) is a 60-something American indie filmmaker living in Rome with a much younger European wife and their three-year-old daughter (played by Ferrara’s real-life spouse and child). Tommaso is also a recovering drug addict and has traded his former life of substance abuse and other...

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YOU GO TO MY HEAD

Belgium, France, Germany | 2017 | Dimitri de Clercq

There are echoes of Kubrick, Antonioni, and Hitchcock in this visually sumptuous psychological thriller about an architect, living in the Sahara desert, who rescues a beautiful woman from a mysterious car crash. When he learns that she has lost her memory in the accident, he takes her to his remote home to recuperate. There he invents a new identity for her, as well as a “shared” history of married life for the two of them—something...

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SUPA MODO

Germany, Kenya | 2018 | Likarion Wainaina

A nine-year-old Kenyan girl enamored with Jackie Chan and action movies wants to become a superhero. But she is suffering from terminal cancer. So when she returns from the hospital to her village, her friends and family help her realize her dream. This feature debut has been an audience favorite and award winner at many international film festivals. “A little film that might restore your faith in human decency…It will warm your heart in the...

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Friday, June 12, 2020

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FOR THEY KNOW NOT WHAT THEY DO

United States | 2019 | Daniel Karslake

Audience Award winner at six different film festivals, this new documentary chronicles the struggles of four faith-based families with gay or transgender children as they deal with the real-world repercussions of entrenched and newly enflamed homophobia among religious and political conservatives. From the director of For the Bible Tells Me So. 100% critics rating on Rotten Tomatoes. “An eloquent plea for tolerance…Has an emotional impact that not many docs can equal.” –Hollywood Reporter. Cleveland premiere....

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Friday, June 19, 2020

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Friday, June 26, 2020

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