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Nov 20, 2011

In this latest offering from Spanish master director Pedro Almodóvar, a brilliant plastic surgeon (Antonio Banderas), haunted by past tragedies, creates a type of synthetic skin that withstands any kind of damage. His guinea pig is a mysterious and volatile woman who holds the key to his obsession.
R, for disturbing violent content including sexual assault, strong sexuality, graphic nudity, drug use, and language; 117 minutes; Spanish, with English subtitles

Nov 20, 2011

In this latest offering from Spanish master director Pedro Almodóvar, a brilliant plastic surgeon (Antonio Banderas), haunted by past tragedies, creates a type of synthetic skin that withstands any kind of damage. His guinea pig is a mysterious and volatile woman who holds the key to his obsession.
R, for disturbing violent content including sexual assault, strong sexuality, graphic nudity, drug use, and language; 117 minutes; Spanish, with English subtitles

Nov 25, 2011

"The goal of this review-why not just say it?-is to disclose as little about the story as possible while instilling a ravenous and even rabid desire to see Love Crime immediately." Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle. A ruthless executive (Kristin Scott Thomas) mentors her young assistant (Ludivine Sagnier), and delights in toying with the young woman's innocence.
NR; 104 minutes; French, with English subtitles

Nov 25, 2011

"The goal of this review-why not just say it?-is to disclose as little about the story as possible while instilling a ravenous and even rabid desire to see Love Crime immediately." Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle. A ruthless executive (Kristin Scott Thomas) mentors her young assistant (Ludivine Sagnier), and delights in toying with the young woman's innocence.
NR; 104 minutes; French, with English subtitles

Nov 26, 2011

"The goal of this review-why not just say it?-is to disclose as little about the story as possible while instilling a ravenous and even rabid desire to see Love Crime immediately." Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle. A ruthless executive (Kristin Scott Thomas) mentors her young assistant (Ludivine Sagnier), and delights in toying with the young woman's innocence.
NR; 104 minutes; French, with English subtitles

Nov 27, 2011

"The goal of this review-why not just say it?-is to disclose as little about the story as possible while instilling a ravenous and even rabid desire to see Love Crime immediately." Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle. A ruthless executive (Kristin Scott Thomas) mentors her young assistant (Ludivine Sagnier), and delights in toying with the young woman's innocence.
NR; 104 minutes; French, with English subtitles

Nov 27, 2011

"The goal of this review-why not just say it?-is to disclose as little about the story as possible while instilling a ravenous and even rabid desire to see Love Crime immediately." Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle. A ruthless executive (Kristin Scott Thomas) mentors her young assistant (Ludivine Sagnier), and delights in toying with the young woman's innocence.
NR; 104 minutes; French, with English subtitles

Nov 27, 2011

"The goal of this review-why not just say it?-is to disclose as little about the story as possible while instilling a ravenous and even rabid desire to see Love Crime immediately." Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle. A ruthless executive (Kristin Scott Thomas) mentors her young assistant (Ludivine Sagnier), and delights in toying with the young woman's innocence.
NR; 104 minutes; French, with English subtitles

Dec 09, 2011

"Mozart's Sister is consequently gorgeous, with candlelit shots looking like old master paintings-a fine match for music that takes your breath away." Bob Mondello, NPR. Beginning in 1763, the film follows the Mozart family's exhausting life on the road, traveling by coach from one royal court to the next.
NR; 120 minutes; French, with English subtitles

Dec 09, 2011

"Mozart's Sister is consequently gorgeous, with candlelit shots looking like old master paintings-a fine match for music that takes your breath away." Bob Mondello, NPR. Beginning in 1763, the film follows the Mozart family's exhausting life on the road, traveling by coach from one royal court to the next.
NR; 120 minutes; French, with English subtitles

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