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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Bob Le Flambeur Saturday, January 27
In a Lonely Place Saturday, February 3
The Sacrifice Saturday, February 10
Night and the City Saturday, February 17
Get Out Thursday, February 22
Boudu Saved From Drowning Saturday, February 24
Belladonna of Sadness Thursday, March 1
The Earrings of Madame De… Saturday, March 3
Good Morning / Ohayo Saturday, March 10
Being John Malkovich Thursday, March 15

Bob Le Flambeur

This light, breezy 1955 heist film is probably the least characteristic movie Jean-Pierre Melville ever made. It replaces his sternly fatalistic philosophizing with a benign, genuine more »

1/10

In a Lonely Place

“The place is Hollywood, lonely for scriptwriter Dixon Steele (Bogart), who is suspected of murdering a young woman, until girl-next-door Laurel Gray (Grahame) supplies him with a false alibi. But is he the more »

2/10

The Sacrifice

“…The first and penultimate shots…manage to say more than most films do over their entire length. In between these shots one finds Tarkovsky working in a mode that bears a distinct relationship to Bergman—made all the more apparent by the Swedish setting, the cinematography (by Bergman's incomparable Sven Nykvist), and the casti more »

3/10

Night and the City

“Several years before he made Rififi, Jules Dassin directed this less flamboyant thriller, which is much less well known, but, in some ways, better. Dassin's shocking specialty--a kind of stifled violence that one fears wil more »

4/10

Get Out

A horror movie that sticks closely to genre convention even as its ribbing of white liberals hardens into a social point. A young photographer travels to upstate New York with his white girlfriend…plunged into this white world, he endures a series of awkwar more »

5/10

Boudu Saved From Drowning

“Jean Renoir's effortless 1932 masterpiece is as informal, beguiling, and subversive as its eponymous hero, a tramp who is saved from suicide by a Parisian bookseller and ends up taking over his benefactor's home, wi more »

6/10

Belladonna of Sadness

"To summarize this film is to present a solid argument that it’s one of the most unusual ever made: ...a 1973 Japanese erotic animated musical inspired by the 19th-century French historian Jules Michelet's account of witchery in the Middle Ages. more »

7/10

The Earrings of Madame De…

“Certainly one of the crowning achievements in film. Max Ophuls's gliding camera follows Danielle Darrieux, Charles Boyer, and Vittorio De Sica through a circle of flirtation, passion, and disappointment, a more »

8/10

Good Morning / Ohayo

“Perhaps the most delightful of Yasujiro Ozu's late comedies (1959), this very loose remake of his earlier I Was Born, But . . . (1932) pivots around the rebellion of two brothers whose father refuses to buy a TV set. T more »

9/10

Being John Malkovich

“An out-of-work puppeteer (John Cusack) gets a filing job on the surrealistically cramped seventh and a half floor of an office building, where he discovers a hidden tunnel that allows its occupant to become actor John Malkovich (playing himself, natc more »

10/10