Portugal | 2016 | Gabe Klinger
The late Anton Yelchin stars in this moody, stylish, elegiac film by former film critic Gabe Klinger. Employing flashbacks, flash-forwards, and multiple motion picture formats (8mm, 16mm, 35mm), this movie deconstructs a one-night stand in Oporto, Portugal, between an American drifter and a French archaeology student. Produced by Jim Jarmusch. “A film that’s in love with love, in love with cinema, and concerned that neither is built to last.” –Variety. Cleveland premiere. 76 min.
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