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FILM SCREENINGS

  • Les Femmes de Stermetz

    1958. France. Louis Grospierre. 16 min.

  • Pale Eyes

    2005. France. Jérôme Bonnell. 86 min.

Friday, October 13, 2006, 6:00 p.m.

Theater 1 (The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1), T1



  • Les Femmes de Stermetz

    1958. France. Directed by Louis Grospierre. A documentary about seven widows maintaining their lives and their town—both devoid of men due to the outbreak of war. 16 min.

  • Pale Eyes

    2005. France. Written and directed by Jérôme Bonnell. With Nathalie Boutefeu, Marc Citti, Lars Rudolph. Commended with comparisons to silent-era masterworks, Bonnell’s second feature nails the complex mix of trepidation and longing that makes first love so hard to navigate—and harder still to re-create. At the center of his disquieting fairy tale is a skittish and imbalanced young woman (the lovely Boutefeu) who, on a road trip to see her father’s grave, finds solace in a wordless romance. Courtesy EuropaCorp. 86 min.

In the Film exhibition Prix Jean Vigo

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