RAW
Showings
Scene 1Fri, Apr 14 7:30 PM Event Date Passed
 
Scene 1Fri, Apr 14 9:45 PM Event Date Passed
 
Scene 1Sat, Apr 15 4:00 PM Event Date Passed
 
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Scene 1Wed, Apr 19 7:30 PM Event Date Passed
 
Scene 1Thu, Apr 20 7:30 PM Event Date Passed
 
Scene 1Thu, Apr 20 9:45 PM Event Date Passed
 
Scene 1Fri, Apr 21 10:00 PM Event Date Passed
 
The Screening RoomSat, Apr 22 10:00 PM Event Date Passed
 
Scene 1Sun, Apr 23 8:30 PM Event Date Passed
 
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Series Info
Series:New Release Films
Film Info
Rating:R
Runtime:99 mins.
Director:Julia Ducournau
Year Released:2017
Production Country:France, Belgium
Language:English
Description

Must End Thu, April 27 - Don't Miss!

"MASTERFUL!" -Sight & Sound

Cannes Film Festival FIPRESCI Prize Winner (International Federation of Film Critics)

"Succeeds as a raw portrait of a complicated, contradictory fully-realized contemporary young woman that invokes early Cronenberg body horror." -New York Observer

"A profoundly affecting, deeply emotional coming-of-age story, and one of the most exciting directorial debuts in recent memory." -Fangoria

Every now and again a debut film comes along that makes you sit up and recognize a major new talent has announced itself. That's RAW, and that's director Julia Ducournau. RAW isn't just one of the great horror movies of the year, it's one of the great movies of the year, full stop, and it's a film that manages to be grisly and gorgeous, funny and creepy, honest and totally messed up all at once.

When Justine (Garance Marillier) goes to veterinary school, the young vegetarian is forced, in a hazing ritual, to eat some raw meat. That bite awakens something deep inside of her, and suddenly she is transformed from a meek nerd into a ravenous, sexually confident cannibal.

RAW weaves themes of addiction, female coming of age and sexual exploration into a bloody tapestry that drenches the screen in sheer cinematic glory. Beautiful and brutal, RAW is one of those movies you have to see with an audience, if only so you have other people to share in your screams and squirms. (Alamo Drafthouse).

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