Modern Languages Film Series Spring 2016

The Humanities Department Modern Language Program Presents

ML Film Series Spring 2016-PosterFacing Violence Film Series

All Films Free and Open to the Public!

Des Filles en Noir

Thursday, February 25
7:00 pm, 134 Walker
A pair of teenager have become so disillusioned with life that they aren’t able to see any of its beauty. They push their adolescent angst into dangerous territory when a suicide pact proves harder than imagined to carry out. (French, 85 min.)

Wild Tales

Thursday, March 24
7:00 pm, 134 Walker
Inequality, injustice and the demands of the world we live in cause stress and depression for many people. Vulnerable in the face of an unpredictable reality, the characters of Wild Tales cross the think line that divides civilization and barbarism. (Spanish, 122 min.)

Victoria

Thursday, March 31
7:00 pm, 134 Walker
Young exile Victoria longs for some excitement and gets more than she bargains for when a low-stakes robbery goes wrong. A heist thriller with a cinematic twist, Victoria was shot in a single two-hour+ continuous take unfolding in 22 locations. (German, 140 min.)

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