THINGS TO COME (France 2016; NR)
Wednesday March 22, Friday March 24, Saturday March 25 @ 7:30PM; Sunday March 26 @1, 3:05PM. NOTE: No Tuesday show this week. Friday substitutes.
Isabelle Huppert (Elle) delivers her usual superb performance as a successful philosophy teacher whose comfortable life is taken apart piece by piece, starting with her husband’s surprise announcement that he’s been seeing another woman and is moving out. What do you do when all the anchors of familiar life are cut, and you are left alone and adrift in a void of unwanted freedom?
102 min. Subtitles.
“Quietly wonderful… holds us completely”-LA Times.
“Huppert is such a persistently and prolifically rigorous performer that she risks being taken for granted in some of her vehicles, but this is a major, many-shaded work even by her lofty standards” – Variety.
“As we watch this woman lose her family, her status, and maybe even some part of her pride, we sense both the horror and the intoxication of freedom” – Village Voice.
Best Director, Berlin Film Festival.
Direction and screenplay: Mia Hansen-Love
TICKETS: $6.00 adults, $4.00 seniors, $3.00 Clark students, faculty and staff (with ID)
COMING NEXT WEEK:
A STRAY (USA 2016; NR)
Tuesday March 28, Wednesday March 29 @ 7:30PM; Sunday April 2 @ 1, 2:40PM. NOTE: No Saturday show this week.
A Somali immigrant (Barkhad Abdirahman) temporarily tossed out onto the indifferent streets of Minneapolis picks up an equally outcast four-footed friend. “This city, and these people of it, are not much seen in contemporary American film… understated, visually striking… [its] substantial pleasures are supplemented by the gratification of seeing an emerging talent [director Musa Syeed] with concerns far outside the conventional indie realm asserting himself with such authority”- NY Times.
82 min. English and subtitles.
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