Thursday, February 28, 2013

Tonight at the Whitney

Everybody likes a good movie.  Even better, one in subtitles and men with old feet.  And beautiful women in cemeteries.  That's what makes a movie great.  This movie is also great because there are so many cars.  But when one man almost hits a bird, the Cannes Film Festival gets involved.  Partial nudity, weird eyeballs, and the phrase "Tour De Force" all come into play with this one.

Carry your lady up the stairs and watch "A Lunatic Oddessy," if that interests you at all.
The director will be there afterwards to take questions.

Tonight at 7 in the Auditorium, open to the public at the Whitney Humanities Center.

See Calendar for details.

Holy Motors (France, 2012) 115 min. 35mm.Director Leos Carax Followed by a discussion with the director (Film Studies Program, Film Study Center, Dean's Fund for Student Symposia, and Films at the Whitney supported by the Barbakow Fund for Innovative Film Programs at Yale)
7 pm, Auditorium
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