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Collage of dramatic scenes, some exaggerated to comic effect, with asynchronous sound from well known classic, operatic, and rock and roll music – with different approaches to love, suffering, and death.
At the end of '79, Werner Schroeter said: "I made my first films from the depths of ideological and artistic confusion. It was around 1968. We were full of hope and thought that a new aesthetic—perhaps even a new society—would very soon come to light. It seemed to us that anything was possible. We tried things that nobody had dared to do years before." Many must have thought the same across Europe. What's different in this case is that Schroeter is the one who followed the true intention ... view more »
$10 - Regular Admission / $8 - Non-Harvard Students, Harvard staff and Senior Citizens
Free for all Harvard students with a valid photo ID.
Discounts apply for Harvard Film Archive Members
Tickets available online or 30 minutes before showtime at the cinematheque on the lower level of the Carpenter Center.
Contact: (617) 496-3211
Although parking in Cambridge is difficult (most of the surrounding streets have restricted parking for Cambridge residents only), metered parking on Broadway and Harvard Streets, as well as the rest of Harvard Square, is free after 8pm. Film-goers are encouraged to use public transportation, particularly the MBTA Red Line.