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POINT BLANK & THE KILLERS

Monday, September 4

POINT BLANK
5:40   9:30
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THE KILLERS
7:30
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DOUBLE FEATURE: Two films for one admission. Tickets purchased entitle patrons to stay and see the following film at no additional charge.

POINT BLANK

Directed by John Boorman
Starring Lee Marvin & Angie Dickinson

(1967) Like an angry, righteous machine, godfather of cool Lee Marvin, in blue-grey business suit, systematically hunts down his betrayers to reclaim his rightful share of the take. 35mm. Approx. 92 min.
5:40, 9:30

“New Wave noir that introduces European art-film syntax.”
– Foster Hirsch

THE KILLERS

Directed by Don Siegel
Starring Lee Marvin & Angie Dickinson

(1964) 35mm. Approx. 95 min.
7:30

“Siegel turns [Hemingway’s] story inside out, taking the point of view of the two faceless hit men and following their attempt to find out why one of their victims refused to run.”
– Dave Kehr

“A master of making the most of low budgets, imposed scripts, and interfering studio bureaucracies, Siegel forged a fast, sharp, uncompromising style that cuts through incidentals to focus always on the cadence and clarity of the main action. In his modest way, he was the great no-frills master of postwar American filmmaking.”
– Geoffrey O’Brien

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POINT BLANK

Monday, September 4