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  • Boyhood with Spanish subtitles: Memorias de una vida

    Boyhood with Spanish subtitles: Memorias de una vida

    US FIRST SCREENINGS WITH SPANISH SUBTITLES A child named Mason who literally grows up on screen before our eyes. Boyhood is a wistful time capsule of the past, growing up and parenting. Un grupo de actores sigue a un niño llamado Mason desde los 6 hasta los 18 años. Un período lleno de cambios y controversias, primeros amores, primeras desiluciones momentos maravillosos, momentos de miedo y una constante mezcla de desgarro y sorpresa. "Bella obra maestra. 164 minutos hipnóticos." - Gregorio Belinchón, El País, España.

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  • The Deserter (Memorias de un soldado)

    The Deserter (Memorias de un soldado)

    At a time when war reigns over Venezuela, a man and a woman manage to make a space for love, despite their apparently conflicting ideals. During the 1820 ceasefire, Braulio, a soldier enlisted into the Spanish Army, arrives in Caracas, where he meets Lucía, a beautiful young woman whom he falls madly in love with the very first time he sees her. For Lucía, Braulio will overcome every obstacle that is put in their way.

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  • Up to His Ears (Les tribulations d’un chinois en Chine)

    Up to His Ears (Les tribulations d’un chinois en Chine)

    Arthur is a bored millionaire whose suicide attempts always fail. A Chinese friend, Mr. Goh, secures him an insurance policy that will bring a fortune to the beneficiaries. Since nothing would be paid in the event of suicide, he agrees that Mr. Goh arranges for his murder. He may be killed at any moment, just when he falls for a night-club stripper. Arthur tries to break the death-agreement. But it’s too late. “The film’s trump, of course, is Belmondo… He is truly astonishing in this role, for both his comic skill and that limber athletic body of his.” - Dennis Grunes,

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  • Last Weekend

    Last Weekend

    An affluent matriarch (Patricia Clarkson) gathers her dysfunctional family for a holiday at their Northern California lake house. Things begins to come apart over the weekend, which ultimately lead her to question her own role in the family. Last Weekend is about taking the necessary steps in order to create new beginnings. “Lovely. Features an award-worthy performance by the never-disappointing Patricia Clarkson that fully utilizes her sensitivity, comic timing and other distinctive acting gifts.” -Fr. Chris Carpenter, Movie Dearest

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