ROMAN POLANSKI: A FILM MEMOIR - Minnesota Premiere!
Wednesday, March 13 at 7pm
This fascinating documentary tells the extraordinary story of Roman Polanski's life. With an unguarded honesty and visible pain, Polanski sets the record straight regarding the 1968 murder of his pregnant wife Sharon Tate by followers of the Manson family cult, and his 1977 sexual encounter with a 13-year-old girl, which led to his exile and eventual arrest thirty years later. Perhaps most moving, however, are the harrowing accounts of his childhood in the Kraków Ghetto where he narrowly escaped Nazi capture. Shot by longtime friend and producer Andrew Braunsberg, who was instrumental in securing Polanski's participation in the film, this is a rare glimpse into the real life of a celebrity you thought you knew all about!
*Directed by Laurent Bouzereau
*United Kingdom, 2011
Recommended for ages 18 and up (content)
"By turns funny and sad, wistful and horrified, Polanski recounts a kaleidoscope of memories." ~ Associated Press
$10 General Public
$8 JCC members, Film Society members, Walker Art Center members, students and seniors
ALL TICKETS ARE WILL-CALL and will be held at the box office under your name for pick up right before the film.
For more information about the Minneapolis Jewish Film Festival, including a full festival line-up and schedule, visit: http://www.sabesjcc.org/film.php.
For directions, please visit www.sabesjcc.org/directions.php
ALL TICKETS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE.
Sabes JCC Theatre (View)
4330 S. Cedar Lake Road
Minneapolis, MN 55416
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|