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Beautiful Minds

When a lonely funeral director, Louis, and an introverted grocery delivery man with cerebral palsy, Igor, find themselves in a hearse on a long-distance trip, both men discover the true meaning of friendship. Based on writer-director-star Alexandre Jollien’s own life experiences, Beautiful Minds will charm and move viewers. 

Fri, May 6 7:00 PM
Mon, May 16 7:20 PM
Wed, May 18 1:40 PM
Fri, May 20 4:30 PM
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Both Sides of the Blade

In Claire Denis’ latest masterpiece, Sara (Juliette Binoche) and her husband, Jean (Vincent Lindon), are deeply in love well into their 50s. But Jean, a retired rugby player with a prison record, can’t hold a job or maintain a relationship with his son. Enter François (Grégoire Colin), a friend to both, and a potential threat. 

Mon, May 9 7:10 PM
Thu, May 12 4:15 PM
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The Crossing

When a small village riven by hate is looted by night, a family flees. But the two older children become separated from their parents in this powerful animated work about the rewards of perseverance and unbreakable family bonds. Winner, Best Film, Audience Award, Bucheon, Montreal.

Sun, May 8 11:45 AM
Wed, May 11 4:15 PM
Mon, May 23 4:45 PM
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Everything Went Fine

François Ozon’s powerful drama was adapted from the autobiographical novel of the late Emmanuèle Bernheim, his longtime collaborator. It centers on Emmanuèle (perceptively played by Sophie Marceau) who races to her elderly father’s bedside after a debilitating stroke. Early in her father’s recovery, Emmanuèle is confronted with a shocking yet sober request: to help him end his life.

Sun, May 15 5:15 PM
Thu, May 19 7:15 PM
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Happening

Winner of the Golden Lion at the 2021 Venice Film Festival, director Audrey Diwan’s powerful sophomore feature charts the harrowing journey of a gifted young literature student’s struggle to get an abortion in the 1960s, a time when the procedure was still illegal in France.

Sat, May 7 4:10 PM
Tue, May 10 4:40 PM
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Hard Shell, Soft Shell

“The oyster also has heartaches.” So opens this charming love story, where Az, a French oyster farmer, concocts an elaborate proposal for his girlfriend Jess that goes anything but right. Rejected, he begins to reconsider his and Jess’ ideas of love and happiness.  

Sat, May 7 7:00 PM
Mon, May 9 7:20 PM
Fri, May 13 7:20 PM
Mon, May 23 4:30 PM
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Lost Illusions

Lucien is a poet, hoping to achieve fame and fortune in 19th century France. Easier said than done. When he meets the rake Lousteau, a reporter, and joins a newspaper, he finds himself mired in corruption and power. Winner of 7 César Awards–the French version of the Oscars–including Best Film, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Cinematography, Best Set Design, and Best Costume Design.

Sat, May 14 6:50 PM
Wed, May 18 6:45 PM
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Magnetic Beats

1981 and electronic music is all the rage. Jeróme is a DJ and Philippe, his shy brother, engineers their radio show. When the latter gets called up to military service in West Berlin, he worries that he’s missing out on big opportunities in Vincent Maël Cardona’s brilliant period music film.

Tue, May 10 2:10 PM
Sat, May 14 9:50 PM
Mon, May 16 7:00 PM
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