We are very pleased to see that the government measures have begun to take effect. There is still a long road ahead before life will very slowly return to normal, step by step. The situation to date is that all our upcoming films will be moved back by at least 3 months.
We will of course keep you informed as soon as we know more.
For now, we thank all of you for your past support and look forward to when we can safely spend a cinematic evening together again – and of course a glass or three – Cheers! ELFs
Read Lisa Rosen’s background story about Zak Gottsagen, one of the main actors in THE PEANUT BUTTER FALCON, who has Down Syndrome.
Looking forward to a great movie night – see you there!
*** THE PEANUT BUTTER FALCON ***
*** THU 12TH MARCH *** 8 PM ***
*** ALTE GERBEREI ***
PBF’s score on rottentomatoes
96 % on rottentomatoes.com say “Watch this film!” -> here are the details.
** THE PEANUT BUTTER FALCON ** THU 12TH MARCH ** 8 PM **
Entry and bar open at 7.15 pm.
See you there next week!
In rollingstone.com’s review, Peter Travers takes his hat off to Carey Mulligan’s performance:
“Don’t miss the blaze that Carey Mulligan ignites in Wildlife. The British actress gives her considerable all to the role of Jeanette Brinson, a young housewife in Montana, circa 1960, who starts to unravel when her husband Jerry (Jake Gyllenhaal) heads to the mountains 40 miles away to fight wildfires and leaves her alone to raise their 14-year-old son Joe (Ed Oxenbould). In a beautifully nuanced directing debut, actor Paul Dano mines the smallest details in Richard Ford’s acclaimed 1990 novel — he and his partner Zoe Kazan wrote the emotionally-attuned script — to create a portrait of a woman who can’t quite catch up with the frustration and feminist stirrings she feels inside. …”
See you on Thursday!
** WILDLIFE ** THURSDAY 13TH FEB. ** 8 PM ** ALTE GERBEREI **