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DFF41 Special PresentationsDirected by Ali Abbasi
Sweden/Denmark (2018) 108 min.

In this grippingly surreal romantic thriller co-adapted by the author of Let the Right One In from his own work, deformed Tina’s uncanny sense of smell makes her popular at her job in customs—if nowhere else. Then she meets Vore. He’s the right one, but is letting him in dangerously wrong?

Sat Nov 3 1:30pm UA Pavilions
Mon Nov 5 6:45pm UA Pavilions

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DFF41 Special PresentationsDirected by Chang-dong Lee
South Korea (2018) 148 min.

In this slow-burning romantic thriller from South Korea (with nods to The Great Gatsby), an introvert’s frustrations are exacerbated by his entrance into a love triangle with a spirited young woman and her wealthy, mysterious boyfriend—only to come to a boil when she disappears.

Sun Nov 11 7:30pm Sie FilmCenter

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DFF41 Special PresentationsDirected by Paweł Pawlikowski
Poland/France/UK (2018) 90 min.

Wiktor and Zula meet amid the post-war ruins of Poland, Berlin, Yugoslavia, and Paris in this lush romantic drama filmed entirely in black and white. Complicated by politics, their own character flaws, and tragic twists of fate, theirs is an impossible love story for impossible times.

Fri Nov 2 8:45pm Sie FilmCenter
Sun Nov 4 1:45pm Sie FilmCenter

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DFF41 Special PresentationsDirected by Asghar Farhadi
Spain/France/Italy (2018) 132 min.

Javier Bardem, Penélope Cruz, and Ricardo Darín star in this suspenseful tale of love and betrayal, secrets and lies set during a wedding amid the vineyards of Spain. Two-time Oscar winner Asghar Farhadi (A Separation, DFF34; The Salesman, DFF39) directs.

Sat Nov 3 4:00pm Sie FilmCenter

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DFF41 Special PresentationsDirected by Peter Farrelly
USA (2018) 130 min.

Academy Award® nominee Viggo Mortensen and Academy Award® winner Mahershala Ali star in Participant Media and DreamWorks Pictures’ Green Book. Peter Farrelly helms the film inspired by a true friendship that transcended race, class, and the 1962 Mason-Dixon line.

Thu Nov 1 4:00pm Sie FilmCenter
Sat Nov 3 10:30am Sie FilmCenter

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DFF41 Special PresentationsDirected by Barry Jenkins
USA (2018) 117 min.

From the director of Moonlight, this adaptation of a James Baldwin novel deftly and deeply probes the dreams deferred of a young, pregnant Harlem bride-to-be whose modest hopes for the future are dashed by the imprisonment of her fiancé for a crime he didn’t commit.

Sat Nov 10 3:45pm Sie FilmCenter

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DFF41 Special PresentationsDirected by Tom Volf
France (2017) 113 min.

Through never-before-seen video footage, audio recordings, and other archival material, legendary opera singer Maria Callas tells her story in her own words—decades after her death. This transcendent portrait also captures Marilyn Monroe, Grace Kelly, Liz Taylor, and other leading lights of her era.

Fri Nov 2 4:00pm Sie FilmCenter

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DFF41 Special PresentationsDirected by Olivier Assayas
France (2018) 106 min.

Alain is a publisher struggling to adapt to the digital era while juggling a troublesome author and a stale marriage in Olivier Assayas’s voluble French romp, powered by the friction between what people talk about and what’s actually happening to them. Guillaume Canet and Juliette Binoche star.

Fri Nov 9 9:30pm Sie FilmCenter
Sun Nov 11 11:15am Sie FilmCenter

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DFF41 Special PresentationsDirected by Matthew Heineman
USA/UK (2018) 106 min.

Based on the true story of Marie Colvin, this electrifying drama stars Rosamund Pike as a passionate, (almost) death-defying war correspondent whose career took her to battlegrounds around the world—while taking a profound toll on her personal life. Jamie Dornan and Stanley Tucci co-star.

Sun Nov 4 4:00pm Sie FilmCenter
Wed Nov 7 1:30pm Sie FilmCenter

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DFF41 Special PresentationsDirected by Zeek Earl, Chris Caldwell
USA/Canada (2018) 99 min.

Damon and his daughter, Cee, mine gems on a toxic alien moon, but they’re not the only ones with hopes of striking it rich. Between the menacing competition and her father’s snowballing greed, Cee is forced into an uneasy alliance with a treacherous rival in this atmospheric sci-fi thriller.

Sat Nov 10 6:30pm Sie FilmCenter

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DFF41 Special PresentationsDirected by Hirokazu Kore-eda
Japan (2018) 121 min.

There’s honor among thieves. But there isn’t always justice. Renowned Japanese director Hirokazu Koreeda’s piercing, fiercely tender portrayal of a poor but loving family of petty criminals scraping by on borrowed time won the Palme d’Or at this year’s Cannes Film Festival.

Sun Nov 4 11:00am Sie FilmCenter
Thu Nov 8 6:45pm Sie FilmCenter

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DFF41 Special PresentationsDirected by Paul Dano
USA (2018) 104 min.

With co-writer Zoe Kazan, acclaimed actor Paul Dano makes a whopping directorial debut with this gorgeous adaptation of a Richard Ford novel, set in midcentury Montana, about a teenage boy coming of age amid the dissolution of his parents’ marriage. Jake Gyllenhaal and Carey Mulligan star.

Sat Nov 3 7:00pm Sie FilmCenter
Tue Nov 6 4:15pm Sie FilmCenter

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