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Summer (1986) & 4 Adventures of Reinette and Mirabelle (1987) (double feature)
New Beverly Cinema
Los Angeles, CA
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Summer (1986) & 4 Adventures of Reinette and Mirabelle (1987) (double feature)
Wednesday and Thursday, Jan. 25-26, 2012:    

An Eric Rohmer double bill

NEW 35mm prints of BOTH films!

1986, France, 98 minutes, 35mm, The Film Desk
Directed by Eric Rohmer
Written by Eric Rohmer
with the collaboration of Marie Rivière
Starring Marie Rivière, Rosette, Béatrice Romand,
Carita, Vincent Gauthier
In French with English subtitles
Wed & Thu: 7:30 pm

PLUS, on the same double feature:

1987, France, 95 minutes, 35mm, The Film Desk
Written and directed by Eric Rohmer
Starring Joëlle Miquel, Jessica Forde, Philippe Laudenbach, Béatrice Romand, Marie Rivière, Fabrice Luchini
In French with English subtitles
Wed & Thu: 9:30 pm

Synopsis of SUMMER:
Declared the best movie of the year in 1986 by Andrew Sarrisa list that also included Hannah and Her Sisters, The Sacrifice, and Vagabond  Le Rayon vert is frequently cited as a career triumph in a filmography that includes numerous great films. Rohmer's tale, the fifth in his "Comedies & Proverbs" cycle ("Ah for the days/That set our hearts ablaze"  Rimbaud), follows the independent but insecure Delphine (Rivière), a newly single young Parisian who cannot find a holiday companion for the month of August, and meets and rejects, glides and stumbles in her longing for connection. Overhearing a discussion of Jules Verne's The Green Ray, Delphine becomes fascinated with seeing the elusive meteorological event - The Green Ray - and the promise that comes with it. Rohmer stock player Rivière, who also co-wrote her largely self-created role, delivers one of the most captivating lead performances in any of the filmmaker's works.

Over the course of four episodes, two young women  one from the city, the other from the country  meet and bond over an exquisite atmospheric event ('The Blue Hour'), and then room together in Paris, where they encounter many of the inevitable characters of a modern city: the impossible waiter ('The Waiter'), the metro station hustler ('The Beggar, the Kleptomaniac and the Hustler'), and the snooty gallery owner ('Selling the Painting').


This is a double feature:
your ticket admits you to BOTH films!

The box office opens approx. 15 minutes before the first film and then re-opens shortly before the second film for those who wish to only see the second film.

If you wish to only see the second film and purchased ticket(s) through Brown Paper Tickets, you will be able to claim your ticket(s) to the second film about 10 minutes before the second film starts.



New Beverly Cinema (View)
7165 W. Beverly Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90036
United States



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