THE INNOCENTS (Poland/France 2016; NR)
Tuesday September 27, Thursday September 29, Saturday October 1 @ 7:30PM; Sunday October 2 @ 1, 3:15PM.
In the first winter following the end of World War II, a young French doctor (Lou de Laage, Breathe) with a Red Cross field hospital near Warsaw learns of a shocking human tragedy – several nuns at a local convent are far along in pregnancy, the aftermath of rampaging Red Army soldiers.
115 min. Subtitles.
“Fontaine and cinematographer Caroline Champetier create many subdued and unexpected moments of simple humanity, or of what a more generous Catholic than the Mother Superior might call grace”-Salon.com.
“It proves, yet again, that though moral and spiritual questions may not sound spellbinding they often provide the most absorbing movie experiences” – LA Times.
“A powerful, brave film that will stay with you for days” – Globe and Mail (Toronto).
Direction: Anne Fontaine; screenplay: Alice Vial, Anne Fontaine, Pascal Bonitzer, Philippe Maynial, Sabrina B. Karine
TICKETS: $6.00 adults, $4.00 seniors, $3.00 Clark students, faculty and staff (with ID)
COMING NEXT WEEK:
HUNT FOR THE WILDERPEOPLE (New Zealand 2016; PG-13)
Tuesday October 4, Thursday October 6, Saturday October 8 @ 7:30PM; Sunday October 9 @ 1, 3:05PM.
Adolescent street kid Ricky (Julian Dennison) gets the biggest break of his life when he’s placed with new foster parents in the New Zealand countryside. But when a combination of circumstances forces him to flee into the forest with his foster father (Sam Neill), he becomes the inadvertent focus of a national manhunt that is as funny as it is overblown. “Defies its convention through grounded characters, witty dialogue, compassionate filmmaking and inventive storytelling… Consistently clever and even moving”- RogerEbert.com .
115 min. Subtitles.
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