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Our November featured Film "TRANSIT" November 18th VIFF Vancity Theatre
Our next Feature Film - Co- Presented with VIFF is TRANSIT http://bit.ly/2OsilTE 92% on Rotten Tomatoes https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/transit_2018 ​Director Christian Petzold Country of Origin: Germany/France Language:In German with English subtitles Year: 2018 Format: DCP Running Time: 101 mins ​Related Links: Trailer | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oOTZiS2erb4 Review | https://variety.com/2018/film/reviews/transit-review-berlinale-2018-1202703291/ Awards |https://www.imdb.com/title/tt6675244/awards?ref_=tt_awd ​ ​Transit is a supercharged drama of human emotions and one of the best films of the year: ​ Howard Schumann Synopsis: With occupying forces closing in on Paris, a haunted refugee named Georg (Franz Rogowski) assumes a dead writer’s identity—and, more importantly, transit papers—and flees to Marseille in hopes of sailing safely to Mexico. However, he soon becomes entangled in the lives of the other desperate souls who’ve been left behind, including the widow (Paula Beer) of the man he’s posing as. Liberally adapting the Second World War-set novel by Anna Seghers, Christian Petzold (Phoenix) masterfully conjures a fever dream-fuelled, noir-tinged romantic thriller that’s equally indebted to Casablanca and current affairs. And while Transitcould likely content itself—and audiences—with simply being a high-concept exercise in skilfully colouring outside the temporal lines, Petzold mounts an existential adventure film that sets the synapses firing with its imagination and quickens the pulse with its plot twists. "Conjuring a world where everyone will do what they must to escape certain doom—the major characters are all in transit between different countries and different identities—Petzold adds yet another disorienting spin by staging this action, set in 1942, against the backdrop of present-day France, with its modern cars and shops. Oddly enough, this stylistic strategy works beautifully, heightening the unsettling unreality of Georg’s life on the run and suggesting that this WWII-era story about immigrants fleeing oppression is relevant to the experience of immigrants right now." John Powers, Vogue "Christian Petzold’s white-hot existentialist noir Transit is perhaps the best World War II film since Paul Verhoeven’s Black Book, Petzold’s lean, rigorous filmmaking proves essential." Steve MacFalane, Slant "A richly rewarding film, packed with ideas and riddles, that will surely benefit from repeat viewings." Ed Frankl, The Film Stage

Vancity Theatre

1181 Seymour St · Vancouver, BC

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We are a group of passionate cinema fans, we are aiming at viewing the most recent (International/Award Winners/Non- Hollywood/Indie) movies with people who share the same interest.

Every week we are going to watch movies from all over the world,and get time to chat over the movies & share the experience.

Meetups for indie local films will be organized to help introduce our local film makers to a bigger audience.

Meetups will be also organized for International award winners Playing in Vancouver.

Once you RSVP yes, you will get an email from the organizer or the assistant with the venue address and Parking facilities.

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