Aug.42017

Film

Past Event

Dramatic comedy directed by Jim McBride, with L.M. Kit Carson, Eileen Dietz and Louise Levine

7 PM
$11.75 (Museum VIPs: $9.50, ages 30 and under: $10.50)
Taxes and fees included

Where: Maxwell Cummings Auditorium at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (1379-A Sherbrooke Street West)

UNITED STATES | ORIGINAL VERSION: ENGLISH | SUBTITLES: NONE

The movie is presented as part of Phi@MMFA: Cinema screens at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. The screening will take place in the Maxwell Cummings Auditorium at the MMFA.

As news from the Vietnam War and social unrest blares over the radio, David Holzman unloads comic-neurotic monologues to his 16mm camera. When his relationship with Penny goes south, he retreats further into moving images, secretly recording his pretty neighbour and even turning his lens to the TV shows he watches. No longer able to deal with life outside celluloid, all of his ties to the real world begin to erode.

Director: Jim McBride
Cast: L.M. Kit Carson, Eileen Dietz, Louise Levine
Year: 1967
Duration: 74 minutes
Rating: general
Format: 16mm

Photo credit: Kino Lorber / Université Concordia

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