CAN YOU EVER FORGIVE ME?

Showings

Scene 1 Fri, Nov 16 1:00 PM
Scene 1 Fri, Nov 16 3:30 PM
Scene 1 Fri, Nov 16 6:00 PM
Scene 1 Fri, Nov 16 8:30 PM
Scene 1 Sat, Nov 17 12:15 PM
Scene 1 Sat, Nov 17 3:00 PM
Scene 1 Sat, Nov 17 5:30 PM
Scene 1 Sat, Nov 17 8:00 PM
Scene 1 Sun, Nov 18 12:15 PM
Scene 1 Sun, Nov 18 3:00 PM
The Screening Room Sun, Nov 18 5:45 PM
Scene 1 Sun, Nov 18 8:00 PM
Scene 1 Mon, Nov 19 2:30 PM
The Screening Room Mon, Nov 19 5:30 PM
Scene 1 Tue, Nov 20 2:30 PM
The Screening Room Tue, Nov 20 5:30 PM
Scene 1 Tue, Nov 20 7:30 PM
The Screening Room Wed, Nov 21 2:00 PM
The Screening Room Wed, Nov 21 4:30 PM
The Screening Room Wed, Nov 21 7:00 PM
The Screening Room Wed, Nov 21 9:30 PM
The Screening Room Thu, Nov 22 2:30 PM
The Screening Room Thu, Nov 22 5:00 PM
The Screening Room Thu, Nov 22 8:00 PM
The Screening Room Fri, Nov 23 3:00 PM
The Screening Room Fri, Nov 23 5:30 PM
The Screening Room Fri, Nov 23 8:00 PM
The Screening Room Sat, Nov 24 1:30 PM
The Screening Room Sat, Nov 24 4:00 PM
The Screening Room Sat, Nov 24 6:30 PM
The Screening Room Sat, Nov 24 9:00 PM
The Screening Room Sun, Nov 25 10:30 AM
The Screening Room Sun, Nov 25 1:00 PM
The Screening Room Sun, Nov 25 3:30 PM
The Screening Room Sun, Nov 25 8:15 PM
Series Info
Series:New Release Films
Film Info
Rating:R
Runtime:106 minutes
Director:Marielle Heller
Year Released:2018
Production Country:USA
Language:English

Description

FilmScene Book Club presentation of Can You Ever Forgive Me? on Monday, November 19 at 7:00PM! Read the book, then see the film at FilmScene (complimentary glass of wine or cup of coffee with your ticket) and engage in discussion after. Books available at FilmScene and at our Book Club partner, Prairie Lights!

"Melissa McCarthy is criminally good." - A.O. Scott, The New York Times

"It's the human side of the character that makes this McCarthy's best performance to date, revealing haunting insights into friendship, loneliness, and creative insecurity. That it does so from a uniquely female perspective is a bonus at this particular moment." - Peter DeBruge, Variety

"At once a low-stakes crime drama, a buddy comedy, a period piece and a loving tribute to a woman who at this point in her life and career did not feel loved." - Monica Castillo, rogerebert.com

Celebrity biographer Lee Israel (Melissa McCarthy) makes her living profiling the likes of Katherine Hepburn, Tallulah Bankhead, Estee Lauder and journalist Dorothy Kilgallen. When Lee is no longer able to get published because she has fallen out of step with current tastes, she turns her art form to deception, abetted by her loyal friend Jack (Richard E. Grant).

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