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Anthology Film Archives The films of Dziga Ver- tov. Feb. ” G • Feb. 6 at 4: “A Sixth of the World” (1926; silent). • Feb. 7 at 4: “The Eleventh Year” (1928; silent). ” Feb. 11 at 9:15 and Feb. 13 at 7: “Modern Romance” (1981, Albert Brooks). • Feb. 12 at 7 and Feb. ” G BAM Cinématek The films of Michael Mann. Feb. 5 at 2, 4:30, 7, and 9:30 and Feb. 7 at 4:30 and 9:30: “Thief” (1981). • Feb. 6 at 2, 5:30, and 9: “Heat” (1995). • Feb. 9 at 9:30: “The Keep” (1983). ” Feb. 14 at 1: “The Blood of Jesus” (1941, Spencer Williams).

Yet Haynes and his stars, for all their stylish restraint, know that elegance alone will not suffice. Inside the showcase is a storm of feeling. L. ) The Club The Catholic Church’s minimal response to the sexual abuse of children by priests is the motor of Pablo Larraín’s drama, set in a home for disgraced priests and one nun in a remote Chilean village. A local resident named Sandokan (Roberto Farías) loudly and explicitly accuses a newly arrived priest (José Soza) of raping him when he was a child.

The filmmakers spend plenty of time with him in his car and record his insightful perorations about his job and his colleagues—and it is precisely his detachment, his ability to assess what he’s doing, that renders him less successful and more frustrated in his ungratifying, predatory work. The Catholic Church, which lent its imprimatur to the overpriced tomes and provided the salesmen with their leads, has an unappealing offscreen role; but the onscreen villain is the hectoring sales manager, whose creed of total responsibility drives his staff to depressing self-punishment.

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