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Centro Historico
Northwest Film Forum
Seattle, WA
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Centro Historico
Aug 26 - Aug 29

(Aki Kaurismaki, Pedro Costa, Víctor Erice, Manoel de Oliveira, Portugal, 2012, Digital, 89 min)

West Coast premiere!

Monday, Aug 26 at 07:00PM
Monday, Aug 26 at 09:00PM
Tuesday, Aug 27 at 07:00PM
Tuesday, Aug 27 at 09:00PM
Wednesday, Aug 28 at 07:00PM
Wednesday, Aug 28 at 09:00PM
Thursday, Aug 29 at 07:00PM
Thursday, Aug 29 at 09:00PM

Made by four of film's masters, this quartet offers a layered set of views of a particular town in northern Portugal.

Aki Kaurismäki, the Finnish filmmaker behind the drolly melancholic The Match Factory Girl, directs the silent film Tavern Man, which portrays a day-in-the-life of a man who works at a bar in a historic district of the city. Inside, time seems to have stopped; outside, the city is a rush of the new and the modern.

Pedro Costa, whose film Ne Change Rien made many of our Top Ten lists two years ago, delivers a surrealist film called Sweet Exorcist, which probes the revolutionary events of 1974. Exorcist's protagonist is the memorable Ventura, a character who appeared in Costa's masterpiece Colossal Youth. As a participant in a coup d'etat by young commissioned officers, Ventura loses his way the woods, and is admitted into a mental hospital where he has conversations with "ghosts" of the past in the hospital's elevator.

In Victor Erice's Broken Windows, former workers visit the site of a vacant factory, Rio Vizela, that closed after more than a century of production (it was one time an important part of the European textile industry) and share memories, including one focused on a photograph of the factory's dining hall that stops everyone in their tracks.

Manoel de Oliveira's Conquered Conqueror, finally, is a humorous short shot at the town of Guimarães' fortress, with a group of tourists marching toward an imposing bronze statue of Afonso the 1st.

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Northwest Film Forum (View)
1515 12th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122
United States


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