“Sorcerer”

Sunday, August 27, 7:00 pm / Mesa Del Sol
Free admission

Filmed partially in the Bisti Badlands/De-Na-Zin Wilderness Area of New Mexico and included in Quentin Tarantino’s picks for Sight & Sound’s once-a-decade “Greatest Films of All Time” poll, Sorcerer is a masterpiece among big-screen entertainments of the 1970s, a tense, globe-trotting “existential thriller” full of gorgeous cinematography and featuring one of Tangerine Dream’s most memorable scores.

The first in a series of historically significant (and always entertaining) film classics, screened every other weekend throughout the semester.

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Paul Thomas Anderson’s least watched film since Hard Eight (1997) is his most underrated: a melancholy detective story set in the beachside communities of Los Angeles in 1970, adapted from the novel by Thomas Pynchon.

Cinematic Arts Sunday Night Movie

Based on a novella by Stefan Zweig (the Austrian novelist who inspired Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel), Letter from an Unknown Woman is widely regarded as one of the most elegant and heartbreaking movies ever made about unrequited love.

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