Revival Series

Each week repertory films will be presented on 35mm prints and DCP in The Charles’ original 362 seat theatre. There are three showings of a movie each week.

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NIGHTS OF CABIRIA (Revival) Saturday, October 23
THE HOUSEMAID (Revival) Saturday, October 30
LE CERCLE ROUGE (Revival) Saturday, November 6
HAPPY TOGETHER (Revival) Saturday, November 13
CASABLANCA (Revival) Saturday, November 20
I VITELLONI (Revival) Saturday, November 27
HOUR OF THE WOLF (Revival) Saturday, December 4
TEOREMA (Revival) Saturday, December 11

NIGHTS OF CABIRIA (Revival)

Federico Fellini’s La Strada made wife Guiletta Masina a star, but Nights of Cabiria made her an icon. In the title role, she takes that most thankless of roles—prostitute with a heart of gold—and imbues it with wit and pathos, as one man after another (Franco Fabrizi, Amedeo Nazzari, François Périer) abuses her hopeful heart. more »

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THE HOUSEMAID (Revival)

A key influence on Bong Joon-ho’s Parasite, Kim Ki-young’s classic explores the moral hazards of a South Korean society in transition from traditional to modern, and from working to middle class. A composer (Kim Jin-kyu) has done well enough teaching music to build his family a new two-story house, but his pregnant homemaker wi more »

2/8

LE CERCLE ROUGE (Revival)

Think of Jean-Pierre Melville’s slow-burner as the Gallic Heat. Fate brings together an ex-con (Alain Delon) and an escaped prisoner (Gian Maria Volonté)—might as well recruit an alcoholic ex-cop (Yves Montand) and pull an elaborate jewel heist. But old underworld rivalries flare up, and an obsessed detective (André Bourvil) wi more »

3/8

HAPPY TOGETHER (Revival)

Everyone knows a couple like Lai (Tony Leung) and Ho (Leslie Cheung). They can’t stay together, but they can’t stay apart, fighting and making up like some people go grocery shopping. Happy Together finds them on a trip to Argentina, isolated in a country where they don’t speak the language, their relationship finally going col more »

4/8

CASABLANCA (Revival)

If you’re of a certain age, you can probably recite chunks of the dialogue and summon up favorite scenes with no trouble. But how long’s it been since you’ve actually seen Rick, Ilsa, Laszlo, Renault, Sam, and the rest play out their desperate gambits and suffer their heartbreaks on the big screen? If you haven’t seen it, you’r more »

5/8

I VITELLONI (Revival)

There’s a long tradition of films about groups of aimless young people wavering on the cusp of adulthood that all trace their roots back to Federico Fellini’s sublime I Vitelloni. A gang of small-town pals (Franco Fabrizi, Alberto Sordi, Franco Interlenghi, Riccardo Fellini, and Leopoldo Trieste) chase gi more »

6/8

HOUR OF THE WOLF (Revival)

Ingmar Bergman tries his hand at horror. Max Von Sydow and Liv Ullman play a painter and his wife who head for a remote island for an extended summer getaway. The folks who live in the castle on the other side of the island are odd, but not as odd as what’s going on in Von Sydow’s slowly disintegrating min more »

7/8

TEOREMA (Revival)

(1968 Pier Paolo Pasolini) A mysterious visitor in the form of peak-gorgeousness Terence Stamp shows up at the home of a bourgeois Italian family of four. He almost benevolently sets about seducing members of the household. He departs as inexplicably as he arrives. The family’s lives alter in profound ways. Pier Paolo Pasolini’s more »

8/8