BAD EDUCATION (35mm)
January 29 only
Pedro Almodóvar’s feverish noir-melodrama shifts between past and present, fantasy and reality, real life and “reel” life as it untangles the complex relationship between two men—a filmmaker and a screenwriter who first fell in love as teenagers in Catholic school—and the abusive priest who upended their lives. Built around a chameleonic performance from Gael García Bernal (in a bravura triple role), Bad Education is a dizzying, Hitchcockian mystery of sex, identity, and cinema.
A film by Pedro Almodóvar. 106 min. 2004. Spain. In Spanish with English subtitles.
Presented by RoxCine.
See Bad Education at 9:15p for $13 or Parallel Mothers at 6:40p and Bad Education at 9:15p for $16.
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Parallel Mothers starts January 28. See Bad Education at 9:15p for $13 or Parallel Mothers at 6:40p and Bad Education at 9:15p for $16. Tickets available here.
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