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Landline

Fri, Jul 28
7:00 pm Sold Out

Midnite weekend screenings happen on Friday & Saturday nights (meaning arrive on Friday and/or Saturday night by 11:45pm for seating, the movie starts after midnite)!

Fri, Jul 28 @ 7:00 pm: Q&A with ‘writer/director’ Gillian Robespierre and ‘writer/producer’ Elisabeth Holm after the 7:00pm screening.

Director: Gillian Robespierre Run Time: 93 min. Format: DCP Rating: R Release Year: 2017

Starring: Jenny Slate, John Turturro, Edie Falco, Abby Quinn and Jay Duplass

Set in Manhattan in 1995, Landline follows three women in one family having lots of sex, drugs, and Japanese food. Navigating monogamy, honesty, and a long-lost New York, the Jacobs family lives in the last days when people still didn’t have cell phones and still did smoke inside. Teenage Ali discovers her dad’s affair, her older sister Dana uncovers her own wild side, and their mother Pat grapples with the truth that she can’t have it all, but her family still has each other. For a generation raised on divorce and wall-to-wall carpeting, LANDLINE is an honest comedy about what happens when sisters become friends and parents become humans.

 

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