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Apr 28, 2017

April 28-30
Friday 4 pm, 6 pm, and 8 pm; Saturday noon, no 5 pm showtime; Sunday noon and 2 pm, no 4 pm showtime
 
"Oliver Hirschbiegel delivers a confident account of the life of Georg Elser . . . a heartfelt study of a man who tried to kill Hitler." Peter Bradshaw, Guardian.
In November 1939, Georg Elser is arrested when his attempt to assassinate Adolf Hitler fails. During his confinement, he recalls the events leading up to his plot and his reasons for deciding to take such drastic action.
R; 114 minutes; German with English subtitles

Apr 29, 2017

April 28-30
Friday 4 pm, 6 pm, and 8 pm; Saturday noon, no 5 pm showtime; Sunday noon and 2 pm, no 4 pm showtime
 
"Oliver Hirschbiegel delivers a confident account of the life of Georg Elser . . . a heartfelt study of a man who tried to kill Hitler." Peter Bradshaw, Guardian.
In November 1939, Georg Elser is arrested when his attempt to assassinate Adolf Hitler fails. During his confinement, he recalls the events leading up to his plot and his reasons for deciding to take such drastic action.
R; 114 minutes; German with English subtitles

Apr 30, 2017

April 28-30
Friday 4 pm, 6 pm, and 8 pm; Saturday noon, no 5 pm showtime; Sunday noon and 2 pm, no 4 pm showtime
 
"Oliver Hirschbiegel delivers a confident account of the life of Georg Elser . . . a heartfelt study of a man who tried to kill Hitler." Peter Bradshaw, Guardian.
In November 1939, Georg Elser is arrested when his attempt to assassinate Adolf Hitler fails. During his confinement, he recalls the events leading up to his plot and his reasons for deciding to take such drastic action.
R; 114 minutes; German with English subtitles

Apr 30, 2017

April 28-30
Friday 4 pm, 6 pm, and 8 pm; Saturday noon, no 5 pm showtime; Sunday noon and 2 pm, no 4 pm showtime
 
"Oliver Hirschbiegel delivers a confident account of the life of Georg Elser . . . a heartfelt study of a man who tried to kill Hitler." Peter Bradshaw, Guardian.
In November 1939, Georg Elser is arrested when his attempt to assassinate Adolf Hitler fails. During his confinement, he recalls the events leading up to his plot and his reasons for deciding to take such drastic action.
R; 114 minutes; German with English subtitles

May 05, 2017

May 5-7
Friday 4 and 6 pm; Saturday 5 pm; Sunday noon and 4 pm
 
"This easily digestible though very kitschy tale of creation and destitution, prosperity and rivalry gets points for taking such liberties with two 19th century masters, who come to life here in some surprising ways." Jordan Mintzer, Hollywood Reporter. 

May 05, 2017

May 5-7
Friday 4 and 6 pm; Saturday 5 pm; Sunday noon and 4 pm
 
"This easily digestible though very kitschy tale of creation and destitution, prosperity and rivalry gets points for taking such liberties with two 19th century masters, who come to life here in some surprising ways." Jordan Mintzer, Hollywood Reporter. 

May 05, 2017

May 5-7 and May 10
Friday 8 pm; Saturday 3 pm; Sunday 2:15 pm
Wednesday, May 10, 7 pm
 
"A brilliant piece of filmic writing, one that bursts with fierce urgency, not just for the long-unresolved history it seeks to confront, but also in its attempt to understand what is happening here, right now." Ann Hornaday, Washington Post.

May 06, 2017

May 5-7 and May 10
Friday 8 pm; Saturday 3 pm; Sunday 2:15 pm
Wednesday, May 10, 7 pm
 
"A brilliant piece of filmic writing, one that bursts with fierce urgency, not just for the long-unresolved history it seeks to confront, but also in its attempt to understand what is happening here, right now." Ann Hornaday, Washington Post.

May 06, 2017

May 5-7
Friday 4 and 6 pm; Saturday 5 pm; Sunday noon and 4 pm
 
"This easily digestible though very kitschy tale of creation and destitution, prosperity and rivalry gets points for taking such liberties with two 19th century masters, who come to life here in some surprising ways." Jordan Mintzer, Hollywood Reporter. 

May 07, 2017

May 5-7
Friday 4 and 6 pm; Saturday 5 pm; Sunday noon and 4 pm
 
"This easily digestible though very kitschy tale of creation and destitution, prosperity and rivalry gets points for taking such liberties with two 19th century masters, who come to life here in some surprising ways." Jordan Mintzer, Hollywood Reporter. 

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