The great names in cinema
HUNGARY , Germany
| 123 minutes | 2017
In this new, visually stunning film by the director of White God, a Syrian refugee realizes he has superpowers. Shot and wounded while trying to cross the border, a young man discovers he can fly. This terrifically evocative allegory by the Hungarian filmmaker obviously resonates with the current situation. Through an aesthetic reminiscent of Birdman by Alejandro González Iñárittu and Waking Life by Richard Linklater, Jupiter’s Moon takes the form of a thriller with a much darker vision than your average superhero movie.
Rarely have a movie and its music been so perfectly in tune. Come join in a joyful celebration of 40 years of disco fever! By day, Tony Manero toils in a...
UNITED STATES | 123 minutes | 1977
A light-hearted romp through Cannes, Claire’s Camera is a delightfully wry comedy that points up the elegance of Hong Sang-Soo’s writing. Shot during...
SOUTH KOREA | 123 minutes | 2017
A fairy tale of intertwined lives, where 1927 meets 1977, by one of American cinema’s most treasured filmmakers. Two kids from different eras, both deaf,...
UNITED STATES | 123 minutes | 2017
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