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REVERSAL OF FORTUNE and THE KRAYS

REVERSAL OF FORTUNE
12:305:109:50
THE KRAYS
2:507:30

Tuesday, August 4

2 films for 1 admission - tickets available at box office only

REVERSAL OF FORTUNE

(1990, Barbet Schroeder) As Glenn Close’s Sunny von Bulow narrates from her coma, Ron Silver’s skeptical Alan Dershowitz tells his prospective appeals client, “You are a very strange man”; Jeremy Irons’ convicted attempted murderer Claus von Bulow’s reply, “You have no idea.” Irons won the Best Actor Oscar for playing a man seemingly beamed up from a West End comedy of manners into an actual murder case; did he do it? Close’s Sunny: “You tell me.” Approx. 111 min. 35mm.
12:30, 5:10, 9:50

THE KRAYS

(1990, Peter Medak) “I can see things in your eyes” “What things?” “Monsters.” The actual twin Kemp brothers of Spandau Ballet as the Kray brothers, dreaded titans of crime in London’s East End from the 50s and 60s, moving effortlessly from elegantly tuxedoed hosting of posh night clubs to sword-in-the-face murder — but ultimately it’s love of mum Billie Whitelaw after all. Approx. 119 min. 35mm.
2:50, 7:30