Jean-Luc Godard's WEEKEND

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Fri, Nov 18th at 6:15pm
Fri, Nov 18th at 8:15pm
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Sat, Nov 19th at 8:00pm
Sun, Nov 20th at 3:15pm
Sun, Nov 20th at 5:15pm
Mon, Nov 21st at 6:00pm
Mon, Nov 21st at 8:00pm
Tue, Nov 22nd at 8:15pm
Wed, Nov 23rd at 6:00pm
Wed, Nov 23rd at 8:00pm
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  1. Jean-Luc Godard's
  2. WEEKEND
  1. 1967, Jean-Luc Godard, France, 105 min.
  2. With Mireille Darc, Jean Yanne

"A great, original work...WEEKEND is Godard's vision of Hell, and it ranks with the greatest."
—Pauline Kael, The New Yorker

"Godard's best film, and his most inventive."
—Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times

Not to be confused with Andrew Haigh's recent gay romance, WEEKEND is the climactic film of Godard's first, "classic" period and one of the key works of the 1960s. A crass bourgeois couple (Darc, Yanne) embark on a weekend road trip that becomes a plunge into the last throes of consumerist society as it destroys itself in auto wrecks and disappears into the stewpots of cannibalistic revolutionaries. Self-described as "a film found on the junk-heap" and "a film lost in the cosmos," WEEKEND mixes pornography, slapstick, violence, political rhetoric, and virtuoso camerawork (the traffic-jam tracking shot is one of the great tours de force in film history). In French with English subtitles. 35mm. (MR)

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