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2:50 showtime: Oscar nominee Best Picture, Actress, Amour (French)

2:50 showtime: You might want to buy tickets in advance.

Oscar nominee for Best Picture, Best Actress (Emannuelle Riva) Best Foreign Language Film.

One of the most acclaimed films of 2012; on several lists of Best Films of the year.

Co-meetup w/ Belcourt and French Language and Social meetup groups.

"A masterpiece"--NY Times.

"Amour is devastatingly original and unflinching in the way it examines the effect of love on death, and vice versa""-- Time Out London.

Best Foreign Film New York Film Critics and acclaimed at the Cannes Film Festival, "Amour" stars the legendary Jean Louis Trintignant ("A Man and a Woman," "Z," "And God Created Woman," The Conformist," and countless other films); Best Actress nominee Emmanuelle Riva (Resnais' classic "Hiroshima, mon amour"); with the always ingenious Isabelle Huppert.

In French with subtitles. 2 hrs.

HONORS: Oscar nominations; Palme d'Or, Cannes Film Festival

Named Best Film of 2012 by NY Times (A.O. Scott)

Austria's official entry for consideration for Best Foreign Language Film Oscar. *The film is an Austrian, French, and German co-production.

Best Actress Award for Emmanuelle Riva, Boston Society of Film Critics, Los Angeles Film Critics, San Francisco Film Critics, and multiple nominations


"A couple find their love put to the ultimate test when one of them suffers a stroke, and the other must assume the role of the caretaker in this compassionate yet unsentimental drama from director Michael Haneke."

"Georges (Jean-Louis Trintignant) and Anne (Emmanuelle Riva) are retired classical-music teachers savoring their golden years in a comfortable apartment when Anne experiences a stroke that leaves her partially paralyzed. As devoted Georges struggles with the formidable task of becoming Anne's full-time caretaker, a visit from their adult daughter Eva (Isabelle Huppert) reaffirms just how secluded from society the highly educated couple have become since retiring."

"Transfixing and extraordinarily touching"--Entertainment Weekly

"A relentless and shattering masterwork"--MSN Movies

"Consummate acting"--The Hollywood Reporter

****Dinner for those interested at Boscos.****

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  • jane d.

    I could either just say, "Holy !!??&@!" or: Powerful, though I would suggest rereading the first 15 pages of Camus' Myth of Sisyphus before seeing it. I think of this movie as Camus' long lost movie script (mythical, made up by me). The title says it all-- "Amour" doesn't mean "never having to say you're sorry" but staying in the muck of life even as your loved one and you face the inevitable physical disintegration, and "that long march towards whatever it is" to quote Tennessee Williams. Brave, nuanced performances--this movie is relentless. You will not be happy but it is an admirable film.

    February 10, 2013

  • Ruth

    I think I booked with the French group too!

    February 8, 2013

  • Pablo

    Bosco's at what time???

    February 8, 2013

  • Pamela

    Sorry, I double booked on Belcourt RSVP

    December 20, 2012

  • jane d.

    Members of French meetup group

    December 20, 2012

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