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BLOODY HILARIOUS: META HORROR

HAUSU

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Fri Oct 31 7:00 8:45 10:30
Sat Nov 01 7:00 8:45 10:30
Sun Nov 02 5:00 6:45 8:30

(1977, 35mm, 88m) dir Nobuhiko Ôbayashi. Once upon the 70s, a Japanese director/surrealist was asked to make the next Jaws. So then (or instead?) he made Hausu—about a group of prep school girls who go stay at an aunt’s house, not realizing they will be devoured one-at-a-time by an evil home.


THE PLAY’S THE THING: VACLAV HAVEL, ART AND POLITICS

EVERY YOUNG MAN (Každý mladý muž)

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Mon Nov 03 7:00 9:00
Tue Nov 04 7:00 9:00

(1966, HD, 83m) dir Pavel Jurácek. Juráček’s two-part absurdist drama examines the life of a soldier under socialism, and features Havel in a role as a patient seeking treatment. Preceded by The Uninvited Guest (Nezvaný host) (1969, 22m) When a boorish official enters and makes himself at home in a young couple’s flat, it’s soon apparent that all the flats in the building face the same dilemma—each has its own intruder.

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GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES

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Fri Nov 07 7:00 9:00
Sat Nov 08 10:00 7:00 9:00
Sun Nov 09 5:00 7:00

(1953, 35mm, 91m) dir Howard Hawks, w/Jane Russell, Marilyn Monroe, Charles Coburn. The next installment of the Trylon Book Club brings you Anita Loos' comic novel turned musical turned show-stopping film. Monroe and Russell play a pair of showgirls on a transatlantic cruise filled with rich old men and gorgeous hunks. Special 10am Saturday book club screening. Learn more at the facebook event page.

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THE PLAY’S THE THING: VACLAV HAVEL, ART AND POLITICS

A REPORT ON PARTY AND GUESTS (O slavnosti a hostech)

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Mon Nov 10 7:00 9:00
Tue Nov 11 7:00 9:00

(1968, HD, 71m) dir Jan Němec. A pleasant afternoon outing is cut short when a few pushy intruders force a group of friends to play a round of ridiculous party games. Jan Němec’s absurdist parable on the behavior of authority figures is a landmark of the Czech New Wave of the brief Prague Spring. Preceded by The Mist (Mlha) (1966, 28m) Capturing Prague’s celebrated Theatre on the Balustrade from a variety of different perspectives, The Mist is a celebration of the place where Václav Havel began as a dramaturge and stagehand.
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