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Eyes Wide Shut
Suns Cinema
Washington, DC
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Eyes Wide Shut
After his wife admits a sexual fantasy of infidelity, a man begins a journey into his own fantasies, leading him into a dark world of secrecy and masked orgies.

"[Its] only truly unsettling on contemplation: on the surface, its one of Kubricks funniest (with some of the most eccentric supporting performances in anything he made after THE KILLING) and most luminous, capturing the allure of Manhattan in winter with remarkably simple lighting arrangements." - Ben Sachs, CineFile

"Its a movie about spectacle, its about performance, its about costumes (it is literally about costumes), its about the neon blue light of the moon. Two decades earlier, they wouldve given this script to Russ Meyer and he also would have turned it into a complex, contradictory horror smut melodrama, which is what Eyes Wide Shut is. Or at least thats what it felt like yesterday." - Zach Clark, Talkhouse

"To watch it is to revel in its uncanny, blue-tinged, intentionally faux New York atmosphere. Combine that with the excellent performances from Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidmanwhose celebrity statuses only heighten the onscreen stakes as they embody a chilly, patrician coupleand when you step out of the theater, the holiday lights in the streets are sure to look a little more mysterious." - Abbey Bender, The L Magazine

"More than a decade removed from its initial release were finally beginning to understand Kubricks final film, which is set in a facsimile of contemporary New York but heeding closely to the psychology and sexual mores of the 1924 novella on which it is based. This discrepancy sparked incurious outrage in 1999particularly among [NYT] writers, who actually seemed offended by the lack of realismbut its come to resonate as one of the deepest mysteries of the directors monumental career." - Ben Sachs, CineFile


Suns Cinema (View)
3107 Mount Pleasant Street NW
Washington, DC 20010
United States


Film > Movies

Minimum Age: 21


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