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Magnolia at the Modern
May 19, 2013

Friday 6 and 8 pm; Saturday 5 pm; Sunday no noon showtime, 2 pm, and 4 pm

Magnolia at the Modern
May 24, 2013

“A great film. Ramin Bahrani [is] the best new American director of recent years . . . and Dennis Quaid gives one of the performances of a lifetime.” Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times. A farming family’s business is threatened by an unexpected crisis, further testing the relationship between a father and his rebellious son.
105 minutes; R for sexual content, including a strong graphic image, and for language

Magnolia at the Modern
May 24, 2013

“A great film. Ramin Bahrani [is] the best new American director of recent years . . . and Dennis Quaid gives one of the performances of a lifetime.” Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times. A farming family’s business is threatened by an unexpected crisis, further testing the relationship between a father and his rebellious son.
105 minutes; R for sexual content, including a strong graphic image, and for language

Magnolia at the Modern
May 25, 2013

“A great film. Ramin Bahrani [is] the best new American director of recent years . . . and Dennis Quaid gives one of the performances of a lifetime.” Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times. A farming family’s business is threatened by an unexpected crisis, further testing the relationship between a father and his rebellious son.
105 minutes; R for sexual content, including a strong graphic image, and for language

Magnolia at the Modern
May 26, 2013

“A great film. Ramin Bahrani [is] the best new American director of recent years . . . and Dennis Quaid gives one of the performances of a lifetime.” Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times. A farming family’s business is threatened by an unexpected crisis, further testing the relationship between a father and his rebellious son.
105 minutes; R for sexual content, including a strong graphic image, and for language

Magnolia at the Modern
May 26, 2013

“A great film. Ramin Bahrani [is] the best new American director of recent years . . . and Dennis Quaid gives one of the performances of a lifetime.” Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times. A farming family’s business is threatened by an unexpected crisis, further testing the relationship between a father and his rebellious son.
105 minutes; R for sexual content, including a strong graphic image, and for language

Magnolia at the Modern
May 26, 2013

“A great film. Ramin Bahrani [is] the best new American director of recent years . . . and Dennis Quaid gives one of the performances of a lifetime.” Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times. A farming family’s business is threatened by an unexpected crisis, further testing the relationship between a father and his rebellious son.
105 minutes; R for sexual content, including a strong graphic image, and for language

Magnolia at the Modern
May 31, 2013

“French director François Ozon’s latest, based on Juan Mayorga’s play The Boy in the Back Row, is a riveting examination of the serpentine nature of storytelling and of the frequently blurry lines dividing fact and fiction.” David O’Connell, 20/20 Filmsight. A sixteen-year-old boy insinuates himself into the house of a fellow student from his literature class and writes about it in essays for his French teacher.
105 minutes; R; French with English subtitles

Magnolia at the Modern
May 31, 2013

“French director François Ozon’s latest, based on Juan Mayorga’s play The Boy in the Back Row, is a riveting examination of the serpentine nature of storytelling and of the frequently blurry lines dividing fact and fiction.” David O’Connell, 20/20 Filmsight. A sixteen-year-old boy insinuates himself into the house of a fellow student from his literature class and writes about it in essays for his French teacher.
105 minutes; R; French with English subtitles

Magnolia at the Modern
Jun 01, 2013

“French director François Ozon’s latest, based on Juan Mayorga’s play The Boy in the Back Row, is a riveting examination of the serpentine nature of storytelling and of the frequently blurry lines dividing fact and fiction.” David O’Connell, 20/20 Filmsight. A sixteen-year-old boy insinuates himself into the house of a fellow student from his literature class and writes about it in essays for his French teacher.
105 minutes; R; French with English subtitles

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