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Films & Schedules - Monday, February 15, 2010

THE LETTER FOR THE KING

Mon, Feb 15, 2010
at 1:45 PM (B3)
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THE LETTER FOR THE KING

DIRECTOR: Pieter Verhoeff - NETHERLANDS

The Letter for the King follows the medieval quest of sixteen-year old Tiuri, who risks his future as a knight to fulfill a promise, and in so doing discovers adventure, honor, valor, and love.

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SHORT CUTS I: INTERNATIONAL TIES

Mon, Feb 15, 2010
at 1:45 PM (WH)
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SHORT CUTS I: INTERNATIONAL TIES

SHORT CUTS

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PROTECTOR

Mon, Feb 15, 2010
at 2 PM (B1)
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Mon, Feb 15, 2010
at 7:45 PM (B4)
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PROTECTOR

DIRECTOR: Marek Najbrt - CZECH REPUBLIC

Set in Nazi-occupied Prague, Protector focuses on the fraying marriage of a radio personality and his Jewish wife. The film asks many questions about love and morality, most importantly, "Who would you betray to save the one you love?"

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THE GOOD, THE BAD, THE WEIRD

Mon, Feb 15, 2010
at 4 PM (WH)
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THE GOOD, THE BAD, THE WEIRD

DIRECTOR: Kim Ji-woon - SOUTH KOREA

Set in the 1930s Manchurian desert, three Korean men—a bounty hunter, a gang leader, and a train robber—meet aboard a train and engage in a chase across Manchuria to take possession of a mysterious map.

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FOR THE LOVE OF MOVIES

Mon, Feb 15, 2010
at 4:15 PM (B1)
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FOR THE LOVE OF MOVIES

DIRECTOR: Gerald Peary - UNITED STATES

For the Love of Movies offers an insider’s view of the critics’ profession, with commentary from some of America’s best-regarded reviewers.

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REPORTER

Mon, Feb 15, 2010
at 4:30 PM (B3)
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REPORTER

DIRECTOR: Eric Daniel Metzgar - UNITED STATES

Reporter, a feature documentary about Nicholas Kristof, the two-time Pulitzer Prize winning columnist for the New York Times, reveals the man and his methods, and just how and why real reporting is vital to our democracy, our world-awareness, and our capacity to be a force for good.

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THROUGH A GLASS, DARKLY

Mon, Feb 15, 2010
at 5:15 PM (B4)
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THROUGH A GLASS, DARKLY

DIRECTOR: Jesper W. Nielsen - NORWAY

Through a Glass, Darkly is the moving story of a Norwegian teen suffering from a terminal illness who comes to terms with her life and imminent death via conversations with an otherworldly presence.

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SMALL CRIME

Mon, Feb 15, 2010
at 5:30 PM (B2)
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SMALL CRIME

DIRECTOR: Christos Georgiou - CYPRUS/GREECE

Leonidas is a small-town cop who yearns to solve important crimes in the big city. However, with the mysterious death of the town drunk, Leonidas' subsequent investigation reveals that there is more to this sleepy beach community than he first imagined.

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JOHN RABE

Mon, Feb 15, 2010
at 6:45 PM (B3)
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JOHN RABE

DIRECTOR: Florian Gallenberger - GERMANY

A true-story account of a German businessman who saved more than 200,000 Chinese during the Nanjing massacre in 1937-38.

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A PROPHET

Mon, Feb 15, 2010
at 7 PM (WH)
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A PROPHET

DIRECTOR: Jacques Audiard - FRANCE

Sentenced to prison at age 19, A Prophet is the story of a seemingly shy and weak boy who slowly rises in the ranks of the prison’s reigning Corsican gang, all the while secretly devising his own plans.

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LOURDES

Mon, Feb 15, 2010
at 7:30 PM (B1)
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LOURDES

DIRECTOR: Jessica Hausner - AUSTRIA

Christine, a crippled skeptic, joins a pilgrimage to Lourdes in an effort to reconnect with society. When she is apparently healed and the media gets hold of the story, Hausner's film becomes a sensitive, satirical look at faith and doubt.

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HOME

Mon, Feb 15, 2010
at 8 PM (B2)
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HOME

DIRECTOR: Ursula Meier - SWITZERLAND

Marthe and Michel live with their kids on the edge of a near-completed freeway. When the road is suddenly opened up to traffic, the noise and pollution threatens to destroy the family unit. Ursula Meier's absurd comedy—a "road movie in reverse"—brilliantly redefines the meaning of home.

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