Film Classics in 35mm!
TINI ZABUTYKH PREDKIV
USSR | 1964 | Sergei Paradjanov
Perhaps the most celebrated Ukrainian film ever made, this star-crossed romance gave the world its first glimpse of the extravagant visual poetry and unbridled imagination of Sergei (The Color of Pomegranates) Paradjanov, a “troublemaker” who would be imprisoned by Soviet authorities on trumped-up charges a few years later. Shadows is a roiling brew of mythology, religious iconography, and pagan magic. Sometimes called a Carpathian Romeo and Juliet, this delirious folk spectacle tells of a peasant lad who falls in love with the daughter of the man who killed his father. “Ethnographic cinema run wild…Overwhelmingly beautiful…Ecstatic.” –J. Hoberman. Ukrainian with subtitles. 35mm. 92 min.
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Additional film on the same day: $7 (or the member price for that film)
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