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A film from France

From: Dianne R.
Sent on: Wednesday, July 15, 2009 11:47 AM
If the Inuit film at the Wadsworth Atheneum doesn't interest you, there will be a film at Real Art Ways (on Arbor Street in Hartford) which was commissioned by Le Musee d'Orsay!

"Summer Hours"
Friday, July 17 - Thursday, July 23
Listen to an interview with the director Olivier Assayas

" a near perfect blend of humor and heartbreak, a lyrical masterwork ...Assayas creates that rare summer movie ? one that matters." Peter Travers, Rolling Stone

"extraordinary ...packed nearly to bursting with rich meaning and deep implication." A.O. Scott, The New York Times

A family is forced to decode the meaning behind objects when the matriarch dies, leaving behind a carefully furnished mansion. Summer Hours was commissioned by the Musee D'Orsay for their 20th anniversary.

(France, 103 min) in French with English subtitles

Fri 7/17: 5 PM
Sat 7/18 & Sun 7/19: 2:40 PM, 4:50 PM
Mon 7/20 - Thurs 7/23: 5 PM

Stephanie Zacharek | Review
J. Hoberman | Village Voice Review

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