Saturday | 15.12.18

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Monthly Screenings

The Exception

Dir.: David Leveaux
| 107 minutes

1940. A German officer, who is sent to spy on Kaiser Wilhelm in exile in Holland, falls for one of the maids. With superb actors – Christopher Plummer is a true pleasure – and intrigues that move from the halls to the bedroom, The Exception is an effective historical thriller.

The Post

Dir.: Steven Spielberg
| 116 minutes

Ben Bradley, editor of the Washington Post, and Kay Graham, the new owner of the paper, face difficult decisions and turmoil when they are presented with secret Pentagon papers pertaining to the US government’s deceptions about the futility of the Vietnam War. 

Molly’s Game

Dir.: Aaron Sorkin
| 140 minutes

The true story of Molly Bloom, who after a successful skiing career, ran the world’s most exclusive high stake poker game and became a target for both sides of the law. Rich with taut dialogues, intellectual characters, and growing dramatic twists. 


Dir.: Christopher Nolan
| 106 minutes

1940. During the battle for France, the British forces are caught under siege near the town of Dunkirk. The heroic battle that follows will enlist the full force of the British army to hastily rescue the troops. Dunkirk is an unyielding historic epic by the masterful Christopher Nolan. 

The Killing of a Sacred Deer

Dir.: Yorgos Lanthimos
| 121 minutes

A happily married cardiac surgeon meets a 16-year-old that gradually becomes a significant and disturbing presence in his life. 

The Shape of Water

Dir.: Guillermo del Toro
| 123 minutes

Elisa is a mute and lonely janitor at a top secret government facility. When a mysterious water creature is brought in for testing, the special bond that forms between the two will turn her life upside-down. “Magical, thrilling and romantic to the core"

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Dir.: Martin McDonagh
| 115 minutes

A woman, fed up with the police’s incompetence in solving her daughter’s rape and murder case, sets up a campaign against the local sheriff. The storm that follows will put everyone on edge. A fierce combination of humor and sensitivity, a brilliant script and marvelous performances.


Dir.: Andrey Zvyagintsev
| 127 minutes

A couple is getting a divorce. The only issue left is their 12-year-old son. The indifference shown by the two is put to the test when the son goes missing. Andrey Zvyagintsev delivers emotional and cinematic severity to bring forth a bleak and precise portrait of Russia today. 

Lady Bird

Dir.: Greta Gerwig
| 94 minutes

Lady Bird is a senior in a Catholic high school, participates in a theatre class, falls for boys right and left, and struggles with the only authoritative voice in her life: her mother. A touching and funny family drama that boasts remarkable performances by Ronan and Metcalf.