October 18 at 8:30pm | In early 1980s Paris, Élizabeth (Charlotte Gainsbourg) struggles to keep her family connected following a divorce. Uneasy about her own future, the naturally shy single mother of two begins to take steps to rebuild her life, embarking on a new relationship and landing a job at a late-night call-in radio show, where she encounters a cast of drifters and lonely souls, including a down-on-her-luck young woman whom she welcomes into her home  Altogether, these choices profoundly impact Elizabeth, shaping her destiny for years to come. Sublimely sympathetic and steeped in an introspective grace, PASSENGERS OF THE NIGHT chronicles the many small moments that, in toto, give rise to a full, nuanced life.

Chicago International Film Festival at GSFC: The Gene Siskel Film Center is proud to again partner with the 58th Chicago International Film Festival to present nineteen feature films from around the world, ranging from moving, life-affirming dramas to eye-opening documentaries. The Chicago International Film Festival is North America’s longest-running competitive film festival. Catch this year's festival on the big screen at the Film Center and other venues around Chicago. View full program here.

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