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Juliette Binoche plays Rebecca, a renowned war photographer whose husband (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau of Game of Thrones) is sick of her dangerous lifestyle and refuses to endure it any more. Emotional sparks soon erupt into flames.
$8 general admission
$6 for members and students w/ valid i.d.
Tickets are sold beginning at 10 a.m. on the day of the show at Admissions Desk.
PMA Movies offers an arthouse alternative to the multiplex with some of the best foreign, classic, and independent films available.
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Director Carol Reed out-Hitchcocked Alfred Hitchcock with this timeless thriller, shot on location in Vienna, about a man (Joseph Cotton) who investigates the death of an old friend (Orson Welles), a black-market opportunist during the war. Author Graham Greene wrote the screenplay, and Robert Krasker provided the unforgettable photography, full of shadows and odd angles. With its airtight script, iconic acting, haunting music, and stark photography, The Third Man is routinely referred to as one of the greatest movies ever made.
The movie that everyone thinks of when they hear the word “epic” returns to the big screen at the PMA so audiences can bask in the epic-ness of David Lean’s vision—if you’ve only seen it on your TV, do not miss it. A never-better Peter O’Toole plays T.E. Lawrence, a British soldier who serves in the Middle East during World War I and finds his loyalties conflicted when he finds himself at home among the Arab people. Alec Guinness, Anthony Quinn, and Omar Sharif also star, but the main attraction may yet be the majestic desert and Lean’s equally impressive ambition.
This documentary shows us the incredible world of the Beatles through a perspective we’ve never before seen: that of Freda Kelly, the shy girl from Liverpool who asked an up-and-coming band to be their secretary without realizing how far this would take her. She stayed loyal to the band to the very end, witnessing seismic cultural shifts first hand, and now after years of privacy, she finally tells her story to the public.
This fall, 16 of the most revered British films of all time are coming to Portland Museum of Art.