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Terrence Malick’s

Friday, December 8 – Thursday, December 21

Daily (except for December 10, 11, 13 & 17):
12:15   2:20   4:25   6:30   8:35

Sunday, December 10:
1:10   3:15   5:20   7:25   9:30

Monday, December 11:
12:15   2:20   4:25   9:15

Wednesday, December 13:
12:15   2:20   4:25   9:15

Sunday, December 17:
12:30   5:00   7:10   9:15

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New York premiere of new 4K restoration

U.S., 1978
Directed by Terrence Malick
Starring Richard Gere, Brooke Adams, Sam Shepard, Linda Manz
Approx. 94 min. DCP.

1916, and Chicagoans Richard Gere, kid sister Linda Manz, and lover Brooke Adams head for the Texas Panhandle to work the wheat fields of prosperous farmer Sam Shepard. An ensuing marriage is only the beginning of a bizarre love triangle, ending with violent death amid a spectacular locust plague, and a BADLANDS-style manhunt for a killer.



“The images are underlined by the famous score of Ennio Morricone. The music is wistful, filled with loss and regret…more remembered than experienced.”
– Roger Ebert

“Almost incontestably the most gorgeously photographed film ever made.”
– Michael Atkinson, Village Voice

“[Malick’s] peach-hued masterwork…Visually and thematically, it’s still one of the most beautiful films ever made.”
– David Jenkins, Time Out

“Building perfection from chaos, Terrence Malick’s 1978 masterpiece is more than the last cinematic word in aching pictorial romanticism—it’s practically an act of magic.”
– Bilge Ebiri, Time Out

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