Wednesday, Jan 9th - 2019
7:00 pm-9:00 pm - $8.50 General, $7 Members. $5 17 & Under
Celebrated Hungarian director Kornél Mundruczó weaves a wider message into this passionate defense of Europe’s refugees and manages to condemn people’s fear of foreign, alien otherness. His weightless camera snakes dreamlike through the action, as if Superman had been remade by Andrei Tarkovsky. In Jupiter’s Moon, the laws of physics and conventional storytelling have given way to a more primal, immersive form of sensory experience. Mundruczó’s provocative and hugely ambitious head-trip proves both ravishing and rewarding to those who yield to its powers. In Hungarian with English subtitles.