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ONE-SHOT WEEKENDS

LITTLE FUGITIVE

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Fri Apr 17 7:00 9:00
Sat Apr 18 7:00 9:00
Sun Apr 19 5:00 7:00

(1953, 35mm, 80m) dir Ray Ashley and Morris Engel, w/ Richard Brewster, Winifred Cushing. When Lennie (Brewster) fears he has shot his older brother, he goes on the lam to Coney Island. Little Fugitive is a touching portrait of 1950s New York City as seen through the eyes of a child. With a fantastic harmonica soundtrack.

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THE WACHOWSKIS

V FOR VENDETTA

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Mon Apr 20 7:00 9:30
Tue Apr 21 7:00 9:30

(2005, HD, 132m) dir James McTiegue, w/Natalie Portman, Hugo Weaving. Based on the graphic novel by Alan Moore and written/produced by the Wachowskis, Vendetta is the story of Evey (Portman), who is swept up into a fascist society in which masks and radical knife throwing put one on the road to truth.

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THE MINNEAPOLIS HITCHCOCK FILM FESTIVAL

NORTH BY NORTHWEST

The Riverview

Mon Apr 20 7:00
A Trylon Roadshow at The Riverview Theater!
(1959, DCP, 136m) w/Cary Grant, Eva Marie Saint, James Mason. Charming ad man Roger O. Thornhill (Grant) must run for his life when mistaken for a government agent by a dastardly criminal organization, gaining the assistance of the seductive Eve (Saint) along the way. This beloved and essential cross-country adventure has it all – high-flying thrills, a barrage of witty quips, and abundant suspense. 7PM!

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TRASH FILM DEBAUCHERY

RIDING THE BUS WITH MY SISTER

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Wed Apr 22 7:00
(2005, DVD, 93m) dir Anjelica Huston. Rosie O'Donnell plays a developmentally disabled woman who loves riding the bus and spending time with her sister (Andie MacDowell) following their father's death. Wow. Just, wow.

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THE TIN DRUM (DIRECTOR’S CUT)

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Fri Apr 24 7:00
Sat Apr 25 7:00
Sun Apr 26 5:00 8:15

(1979, DCP, 163m) dir Volker Schlöndorff, w/ Mario Adorf, Angela Winkler, David Bennent. Oskar (Bennett) is born with an adult intelligence and an acute understanding of the world. Unfortunately, he begins his life on the eve of World War II. This brand-new restoration reveals Schlöndorff’s original vision in stunning clarity.
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