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French Film: "Pour une femme" at MFAH (English subtitles)

Join me (Amanda) a French film being screened as part of the annual Jewish Film Festival.  French speaking not required at this event.

HOW TO FIND US: Look for Amanda wearing a light pink cap with meetup pin or call/text[masked]-9160.

7:35PM-7:50PM: Meet in lower lobby near box office for Movie.
7:50PM-8PM: take our seats.
8PM-9:40PM: Movie "For a Woman" (Pour une femme)
9:40PM: Meet back in the lobby for quick hellos/goodbyes and discussion.
If we want to go somewhere after the film, this is the time to make arrangements.

About the Film:

For a Woman / Pour une femme

2013, France
in French with English subtitles

Runtime: 1 hour, 40 minutes

Directed by Diane Kurys

Two brothers fall for the same woman in Diane Kurys’s historical melodrama set in both 1950s and 1980s Lyon. When a writer (noted French actress Sylvie Testud) decides to write a screenplay about her parents, she discovers a photograph of her mother and a man she does not recognize. What follows is the filmmaker’s semi-autobiographical tale of a postwar ménage-à-trois between a Jewish tailor, his mysterious brother, and a young mother. Romance and suspense combine to create an absorbing, emotionally driven story by the director of such pivotal films as Entre nous and C’est la vie.
More info & tickets:
Movie website:

$9 adults, $7 museum members and senior citizens, $5 members of MFAH Film Buffs group.

Free street parking on weekends.
Free parking in the Presbyterian church parking lot across the street.
Pay parking in the MFAH garage.

Dinner & Movie Deal:
Movie-Time Duo
MFAH Films offers a weekend discount on dinner and a movie. On Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, dine before the screening and save! Arrive early to purchase your tickets at the film box office and request a coupon to use at Cafe Express.


Houston Film & Theater Snobs Meetup

Houston French Language & Culture Meetup

NASA French Meetup yahoogroup

Temple Beth Tikvah Sisterhood

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  • Amanda

    Where is everyone? I am here and I negotiated a discount for us.

    March 15, 2014

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