Friday, April 27, 2007

19th St. Theater April/May Movies

Cannes Film Festival winner European Film Award winner

The Wind That Shakes the Barley
In 1920 Ireland, Damien (Cillian Murphy) abandones his bourgeoning career as a doctor to join his brother, Teddy, in a dangerous and violent fight for Ireland's independence, which will put both men and their loyalties to the ultimate test.

Apr. 21-29

19th Street Theatre

Academy Award nominee European Film Award nominee

After the Wedding
In this powerful drama, a Danish man is summoned to Copenhagen to meet the mysterious benefactor of an orphanage he runs in India. When the man accepts a seemingly innocent invitation to attend the wedding of the benefactor's daughter, devastating secrets, surprises, and confessions are revealed that will forever change the lives of everyone involved.

Apr. 28 - May 6

19th Street Theatre

Avenue Montaigne
Jessica (Cecile de France), a beautiful young woman from the provinces, comes to Paris and lands a job waiting tables at a chic bistro on the famed Avenue Montaigne. As Jessica unknowingly rubs shoulders with the rich and famous, her guileless and completely unintimidated engagement in their lives has a transforming effect on her celebrity customers — and ultimately her.

May 5-13

19th Street Theatre

Academy Award nominee Cannes Film Festival winner
Independent Spirit Award nominee

Days of Glory
During WWII, four idealistic North African men join the French army to defeat the Nazi menace, but they soon discover they have a second enemy they must fight: the discrimination against them by the French soldiers they're trying to help.

May 12-19

19th Street Theatre

Cost: $5 for members on Tuesdays, $7 for nonmembers

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