NOW, VOYAGER & A STOLEN LIFE
Directed by Irving Rapper
(1942) “Don’t let's ask for the moon. We have the stars.” Neurotic, mother-repressed frump Bette Davis’ is transformed with the help of shrink Claude Rains into a soignée woman of the world, finding love with married, double-cigarette-lighting Paul Henreid. 35mm. Approx. 117 min.
12:30, 5:10, 9:40
“In many ways, the definitive woman’s film.”
– Jeanine Basinger
A STOLEN LIFE
Directed by Curtis Bernhardt
(1946) Triple role for Bette Davis, as producer and as twins: gentle painter Kate and more aggressive Pat – both falling for New England lighthouse inspector Glenn Ford (in his breakout role). But after a marriage and a boating accident, a curious decision has to be made. 35mm. Approx. 107 min.