2017. Israel/Germany. Dir: Ofir Raul-Glazer. With Tim Kalkhof, Sarah Adler. 105 min.
A German baker who had an a air with an Israeli businessman travels to Jerusalem upon learning his lover has died. The passionate pastry chef seeks out his lover’s widow and insinuates himself into her life, working at her cafe? while keeping his identity a secret. Can he sustain this deception as the lies accumulate? And at what cost?
Drop/Add is stressful, so come take a break with the Alpha Delta Pham! We’ll have coloring book pages, but feel free to BYOB (bring your own BOOK)! Or just chat around our lovely *~lit~* fireplace with a cup of hot cocoa.
Date: TODAY, February 1 Time: 8-9PM Place: Alpha Delt
2017. USA. Dir: Lana Wilson. With Ittetsu Nemoto. Documentary. 97 min.
This portrait of a Japanese punk-rocker turned Buddhist suicide-prevention counselor translates the emotional complexities surrounding mortality into cinematic terms, eschewing explanatory narration to instead quietly explore the everyday pain shared by the priest and his patients. Screening to be followed by a Q&A with director Wilson ’05.
1957. USA. Dir: Billy Wilder. With Tyrone Power, Marlene Dietrich. 116 min.
Swayed by the a ability of the accused, a wily, bombastic lawyer sacrifices his own health to partake in the legal twists and turns of this enthralling courtroom meller. All seems to go smoothly until the defendant is double-crossed by his sole alibi: his wife.
2004. USA. Dir: Andrew Adamson, Kelly Asbury, Conrad Vernon. With Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy. Animated. 92 min.
Welcome to the sun-kissed kingdom of Far Far Away! Take a tour of your favorite stars’ castles, or enjoy a hearty lunch at Friar’s Fat Boy restaurant. Watch out for ogres, talking donkeys, feline assassins, and hook-handed pianists voiced by Tom Waits. You may even find your Happily Ever After…
Three dazzling young talents – respectively from Yunlin, Taipei, and Tokyo – deliver a refreshing glimpse of East Asia undergoing its unpredictable transformations. This group of new works shares a focus on marginalized youngsters and their confusions regarding sexuality, cultural identities, geography, and class. Co-sponsored by CEAS.
2001. Mexico. Dir: Alfonso Cuarón. With Gael García Bernal, Diego Luna. 106 min. 35mm print.
It’s the sexiest Spanish-language film about a summertime road trip ménage a? trois you’ll ever see! Two teen male friends and a mysterious older woman journey across the Mexican countryside in search of fun, freedom, and a better understanding of themselves and their place in the world.