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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HOUR OF THE WOLF (Revival) Thursday, December 9
TEOREMA (Revival) Saturday, December 11
Miracle on 34th Street Saturday, December 18
Die Hard Thursday, December 23
The Apartment Saturday, December 25
The Thin Man Thursday, December 30

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 »

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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 »

2/6

Miracle on 34th Street

The ultimate in cuddly Christmas afternoon movies, this original stars Edmund Gwenn as Kris Kringle, who must prove he is in fact Santa Claus – not least to a young girl (Natalie Wood) who has lost the true meaning of Christmas. (TimeOut) more »

3/6

Die Hard

"The fact that Die Hard is a Christmas movie isn’t really up for debate anymore, but that doesn’t make director John McTiernan recent interview with the American Film Institute about 'how Die Hard became a Christmas movie' any less worthwhile. During the 12-minute clip, McTiernan reveals an unexpected inspiration for his shoot-e more »

4/6

The Apartment

Re-teaming actor Jack Lemmon, scriptwriter Iz Diamond and director Billy Wilder a year after ‘Some Like It Hot’, this multi-Oscar winning comedy is sharper in tone, tracing the compromises of a New York insurance drone who pimps out his brownstone apartment for his married bosses’ illicit affairs. The quintessential New York mov more »

5/6

The Thin Man

Dashiell Hammett's fifth and last novel was something of a departure in that it was less a hardboiled thriller than a spray of sophisticated banter in which nobody - least of all detective Nick Charles and his delightful Nora - took the tough guy ethos very seriously. With Powell and Loy fitting the roles to perfection, the film more »

6/6