2000. Hungary. Dir: Be?la Tarr. With Lars Rudolph, Peter Fitz. 145 min.
In an economically depressed village, an unusual circus attraction and a mysterious man spreading controversial philosophical ideas stir anxieties amongst the townsfolk. Tarr sustains a poetic yet nightmarish resonance through strikingly dour black-and-white photography and elegantly choreographed long takes.
Tonight / 8 p.m. / Goldsmith Family Cinema / Free
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