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Jun 17, 2017

“Jean-Pierre Léaud clearly knows something about living in a kind of box, and he plays Louis as a tired but majestic wreck. He’s riveting, and a little alarming.” Glenn Kenny, The New York Times. Upon returning from a hunting expedition, King Louis XIV feels a sharp pain in his leg and soon begins to die, surrounded by loyal followers in the royal chambers.

Jun 17, 2017

Director Del Shores, 2017, USA, 109 minutes
Starring: Caroline Rhea, Whoopi Goldberg, Bonnie Bedevil, Leslie Jordan
Writer/director Del Shores and actor/producer Emerson Collins in attendance for this Fort Worth Premiere.

SORDID LIVES, the cult hit phenomenon by Del Shores, returns with a SEQUEL!

Jun 16, 2017

“Jean-Pierre Léaud clearly knows something about living in a kind of box, and he plays Louis as a tired but majestic wreck. He’s riveting, and a little alarming.” Glenn Kenny, The New York Times. Upon returning from a hunting expedition, King Louis XIV feels a sharp pain in his leg and soon begins to die, surrounded by loyal followers in the royal chambers.

Jun 16, 2017

“Jean-Pierre Léaud clearly knows something about living in a kind of box, and he plays Louis as a tired but majestic wreck. He’s riveting, and a little alarming.” Glenn Kenny, The New York Times. Upon returning from a hunting expedition, King Louis XIV feels a sharp pain in his leg and soon begins to die, surrounded by loyal followers in the royal chambers.

Jun 13, 2017

Paris, Texas, Wim Wenders, 1984, 2 hrs. 27 mins.

Paris, Texas is a road movie: that most essentially American of genres, so beloved by Wenders that he named his first production company after it. Guy Lodge, Guardian, April 27, 2015

[A] story of loss upon loss. Roger Ebert, December 8, 2002

Jun 11, 2017

“A soft, slim, albeit charming tale, filled with food, flowers, and good wines.” Fionnuala Halligan, Screen International.

When her director husband (Alec Baldwin) is occupied with work in Paris, an American woman (Diane Lane) takes a jaunt with his business associate, a charming Frenchman who is happy to squire her on a tour of some of the finest meals in Provence. Paris Can Wait is the first feature directed by Eleanor Coppola, wife of Francis Ford Coppola.
NR, 92 minutes

Jun 11, 2017

“A soft, slim, albeit charming tale, filled with food, flowers, and good wines.” Fionnuala Halligan, Screen International.

When her director husband (Alec Baldwin) is occupied with work in Paris, an American woman (Diane Lane) takes a jaunt with his business associate, a charming Frenchman who is happy to squire her on a tour of some of the finest meals in Provence. Paris Can Wait is the first feature directed by Eleanor Coppola, wife of Francis Ford Coppola.
NR, 92 minutes

Jun 11, 2017

“A soft, slim, albeit charming tale, filled with food, flowers, and good wines.” Fionnuala Halligan, Screen International.

When her director husband (Alec Baldwin) is occupied with work in Paris, an American woman (Diane Lane) takes a jaunt with his business associate, a charming Frenchman who is happy to squire her on a tour of some of the finest meals in Provence. Paris Can Wait is the first feature directed by Eleanor Coppola, wife of Francis Ford Coppola.
NR, 92 minutes

Jun 10, 2017

“A soft, slim, albeit charming tale, filled with food, flowers, and good wines.” Fionnuala Halligan, Screen International.

When her director husband (Alec Baldwin) is occupied with work in Paris, an American woman (Diane Lane) takes a jaunt with his business associate, a charming Frenchman who is happy to squire her on a tour of some of the finest meals in Provence. Paris Can Wait is the first feature directed by Eleanor Coppola, wife of Francis Ford Coppola.
NR, 92 minutes

Jun 09, 2017

“A soft, slim, albeit charming tale, filled with food, flowers, and good wines.” Fionnuala Halligan, Screen International.

When her director husband (Alec Baldwin) is occupied with work in Paris, an American woman (Diane Lane) takes a jaunt with his business associate, a charming Frenchman who is happy to squire her on a tour of some of the finest meals in Provence. Paris Can Wait is the first feature directed by Eleanor Coppola, wife of Francis Ford Coppola.
NR, 92 minutes

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