AZOR

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Showings

Ped Mall -Scene 1 Fri, Sep 24 1:00 PM
Ped Mall -Scene 1 Fri, Sep 24 4:20 PM
Ped Mall -Scene 1 Fri, Sep 24 7:00 PM
Ped Mall -Scene 1 Fri, Sep 24 9:30 PM
Ped Mall -Scene 1 Sat, Sep 25 1:00 PM
Ped Mall -Scene 1 Sat, Sep 25 4:20 PM
Ped Mall -Scene 1 Sat, Sep 25 7:00 PM
Ped Mall -Scene 1 Sat, Sep 25 9:30 PM
Ped Mall -Scene 1 Sun, Sep 26 4:20 PM
Ped Mall -Scene 1 Sun, Sep 26 7:00 PM
Ped Mall -Scene 1 Wed, Sep 29 4:20 PM
Ped Mall -Scene 1 Wed, Sep 29 7:00 PM
Ped Mall -Scene 1 Wed, Sep 29 9:30 PM
Ped Mall -Scene 1 Thu, Sep 30 4:20 PM
Ped Mall -Scene 1 Thu, Sep 30 7:00 PM
Series Info
Series:New Release Films
Film Info
Rating:Not Rated
Director:Andreas Fontana
Year Released:2021
Production Country:Switzerland
France
Argentina
Language:French
Spanish

Description

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Opening week featured wine pairing: Del Mono Tinto - a 50/50 blend of Malbec and Syrah from the Uco Valley in Argentina.

Visit our Ped Mall location between Friday, September 24th and Sunday, September 26th and enter to win a prize package featuring a $40 gift card from Maestro Empanadas, a bottle of the Del Mono Tinto (for guests 21 & older) and some FilmScene swag!

"Delectably lavish...think John le Carré and Francis Ford Coppola, but set in the world of Swiss banking elites."—Beatrice Loayza, The New York Times

"A suave thriller...imagine if Graham Greene rewrote Apocalypse Now."—Nick James, Sight & Sound

"A nerve-wracking political thriller...I can’t wait to see Azor again."—Amy Taubin, Artforum

Argentina, the late 1970s. Private banker Yvan (Fabrizio Rongione) arrives from Geneva with his wife Ines (Stéphanie Cléau) to replace a colleague who has mysteriously disappeared in military-ruled Buenos Aires. Moving through the smoke-filled lounges and lush gardens of a society under intense surveillance, he finds himself untangling a sinister web of colonialism, high finance, and a nation's “Dirty War”. In his remarkably assured debut, Swiss director Andreas Fontana invites us into this seductive, moneyed world where political violence simmers just under the surface. Co-written by Argentinian filmmaker Mariano Llinás (La Flor), Azor is a riveting look at international intrigue worthy of John le Carré or Graham Greene.