March 2013

France/Belgium 2012 In French w/English subtitles
Drama/Mystery/Romance 2 hours  Rated R
MONDAY, March 25 @ 3:30pm & 6:30pm

"Rust and Bone" A Film by Jacques Audiard

A struggling single father helps a beautiful whale trainer recover her will to live following a terrible accident that leaves her confined to a wheelchair. Lonely and destitute, Ali (Matthias Schoenaerts) leaves the north of France for his sister’s house in Antibes after becoming the sole guardian of his estranged five-year-old son Sam. When Ali lands a job as a bouncer in a nearby nightclub, things quickly start to look up for the itinerant father and son. Then one night, after breaking up a fight in the club, Ali meets the radiant Stephanie (Marion Cotillard), and slips her his number after dropping her off safely at home. Though Stephanie’s position on the high end of the social spectrum makes romance an unlikely prospect for the pair, a tragic accident at Marineland robs her of her legs, and finds her reaching out in desperation to Ali. Her spirit broken by the same tragedy that took her legs, Stephanie gradually finds the courage to go on living through transcendent moments spent with Ali — a man with precious little pity, but an enormous love of life.

“An Edgy, Fearlessly Emotional Romance” - Kenneth Turan,  Los Angeles Times
“The Movie Worked Me Over, Then Won Me Over.” - Manohla Dargis,  New York Times

France/Austria 2012 – Academy Award Nominee
2 hr 7 min DRAMA PG13
April 1 @ 3:30pm & 6:30pm


With towering performances and an unflinching script from Michael Haneke, Amour represents an honest, heartwrenching depiction of deep love and responsibility. Georges(jean-Louis Trintigant) and Anne (Emmanuelle Riva) are in their eighties. They are cultivated, retiredmusic teachers. Their daughter, who is also a musician, lives abroad with her family. One day, Anne has an attack. The couple’s bond of love is severely tested.

Israel 2013 – Academy Award Nominee
1 hr 33 min Documentary PG13
April 15 @ 3:30pm & 6:30p


Charged with overseeing Israel’s war on terror-both Palestinian and Jewish- the head of the Shin Bet, Israel’s secret service is present at the crossroad of every decision made. For the first time ever six former heads of the agency agreed to share their insights and reflect publicly on their actions and decisions. The Gatekeepers offers an exclusive account of the sum of their success and failures. It validates the reasons that each man individually and the six as a group came to reconsider.