SEVEN DAYS IN MAY
Friday, August 9
(1964, John Frankenheimer) Cold-War paranoia hits a fever pitch when Army Intelligence Colonel Kirk Douglas stumbles upon General Burt Lancaster’s plot to nix a U.S.-Soviet nuclear disarmament treaty by toppling peace-loving President Fredric March. Featuring deeper-than-deep-focus cinematography and a script by Rod “Twilight Zone” Serling. With Ava Gardner, Edmond O’Brien, and John Houseman in his film debut. 35mm. Approx. 117 min.