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Slideshow

  • A NEW LEAF
  • SUCH GOOD FRIENDS
PREVIOUSLY PLAYED

A NEW LEAF &
SUCH GOOD FRIENDS

Wednesday, July 12

A NEW LEAF
12:30   4:30   8:30

SUCH GOOD FRIENDS
2:30   6:30

DOUBLE FEATURE: Two films for one admission. Tickets purchased entitle patrons to stay and see the following film at no additional charge.

A NEW LEAF

Directed by Elaine May
Starring Walter Matthau and Elaine May

(1971) Inheritance-denied playboy Walter Matthau contemplates two solutions: suicide or rich marriage. Enter nerdy heiress/botany prof Elaine May. New choice: settle down... or murder. May’s debut as writer/director. 35mm. Approx. 102 min.
12:30, 4:30, 8:30

“A film of such wit and comic invention that it belongs among the great American comedies”
– The Village Voice

“Reveals the essence of marital love more brutally than many confrontational melodramas.”
– Richard Brody

“One of the funniest movies of our unfunny age.”
– Roger Ebert

SUCH GOOD FRIENDS

Directed by Otto Preminger
Starring Dyan Cannon

(1971) Black comedy ensues as ex-oppressed wife Dyan Cannon finds dying husband’s extramarital scorecard, then starts one of her own. Pseudonymous script by Elaine May, with Burgess Meredith’s (“My last chance for a nude scene”) book/jock-strapped dance a bizarre highlight. DCP. Approx. 101 min.
2:30, 6:30

“A hard, unsentimental, deeply cynical comedy.”
– Roger Ebert

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