In 1968 Poland, student protests and anti-Semitism continue. A secret policeman attempts to incriminate a dissident writer by sending his young and beautiful mistress, code name Little Rose, to him. Pretending to be a novice writer she soon gains his love. Surprisingly, Rose begins to appreciate the soul, knowledge and sensitivity of the writer and the vulgarity of her earlier life. Film inspired by a true story.
Dir. Jan Kidawa-Blonski, Poland, 2010, 118 min., R, HD, In Polish with English subtitles
Special Guest from Vanderbilt University’s Department of Germanic and Slavic languages
Alex Spektor, Andrew Mellon Visiting Assistant Professor.
Link to Belcourt website and trailer: http://www.belcourt.org/events/njff-little-rose.498376
Dinner at Fido's first for those interested. I'll be at Fido's at 6:30 p.m. It's across from Boscos and Sam's.
If you have not been to The Belcourt before, you need to get a parking ticket for your vehicle from the machine by the sidewalk or you may be ticketed by security as non-Belcourt attendees using The Belcourt parking lot pay a parking charge. You will need the code for the parking machine. It can be obtained when you buy your ticket on site from the ticket. It is also printed on your ticket if you buy it online.
Derek will be in the lobby seated at a table at 6:55 p.m. until the previews start. If you don't spot us, call or text me at[masked]-4756. I'll come out to the lobby and show you where we are sitting at.