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André Téchiné on the Themes that Motivated Him to Make IN THE NAME OF MY DAUGHTER: "“I love you how you must be loved, with excess, madness, ardor and despair.'”
This month we'll be opening the intense new French thriller IN THE NAME OF MY DAUGHTER, (originally L'homme qu'on aimait trop). Directed by master André Téchiné (My Favorite Season, Wild Reeds), Catherine Deneuve stars as a glamorous casino owner in 1970s Nice. The drama begins when her daughter (Adèle Haenel) moves back home, falls in love with her mother's formerly trusted adviser (Guillaume Canet), commits a major betrayal and then disappears. Thirty years later, her mother is determined to see justice done. M. Téchiné sat for an interview about his latest film: The film started out as a commission. What did they want you to do? Ori [...]
Join us for a day of car-free fun at our Playhouse 7 theater during CicLAvia on Sunday, May 31st! Our green screen photo booth will transport you directly into scenes from iconic films like BREAKING AWAY, PEE WEE’S BIG ADVENTURE, EASY RIDER, and more! Plus, any photos shared on Twitter and Instagram using #LaemmleVia will appear on one of our movie screens! Come inside, sit back with friends, post photos, enjoy some free popcorn, refill your water, and listen to Pasadena-related songs. Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook for updates! CicLAvia – Pasadena takes place from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, May 31. Our Playhouse 7 [...]
The L.A. Times just posted film critic Betsy Sharkey's Pick of the Week for 24 DAYS: "24 DAYS a Harrowing, Fact-Based Kidnap Drama" "With the growing focus on hate crimes, consider checking out the reality-based drama "24 DAYS," which details a French family's agony when their son is kidnapped, days pass and hope dies. French director Alexandre Arcady brings a gritty, bare-bones approach to the story of Ilan Halimi, a 23-year-old Parisian taken and tortured in 2006 by a group that would come to be known as the Gang of Barbarians. It is chilling hearing the group's mastermind, an unbalanced Fofana (Tony Harrisson), scream irrational dema [...]
From Sarah Moroz's New York Magazine piece about SAINT LAURENT, which we open at the Royal on May 8 and the Town Center and Playhouse on May 15: As far as films about designers go, Yves Saint Laurent is having a moment. A documentary, L’Amour Fou, about the designer’s history with his once-lover and long-term business partner Pierre Bergé came out in 2010, and Jalil Lespert’s Yves Saint Laurent opened in January, for which Bergé — now the keeper of the designer’s estate — granted its filmmaker complete access to the house’s archives. Now comes this year's “other” Saint Laurent film: SAINT LAURENT, the unauthorized biopic directed by Ber [...]
Indiewire on the Hit Swedish Comedy THE 100-YEAR-OLD MAN WHO CLIMBED OUT THE WINDOW AND DISAPPEARED: "This Film Is Like the Unruly Nordic Cousin of 'Forrest Gump'"
On May 8 we'll be opening a film with what may very well be the longest title of any film we at Laemmle Theatres have shown in our 77-year history: THE 100-YEAR-OLD MAN WHO CLIMBED OUT THE WINDOW AND DISAPPEARED. Powered by the antics of a mischievous centenarian on the run, this blockbuster comedy abounds with irreverent charm. After a long and colorful life working in munitions and getting entangled in the Spanish Civil War, the Manhattan Project, and other definitive events of the 20th century, Allan Karlsson finds himself stuck in a nursing home. Determined to escape on his 100th birthday, he leaps out of a window and onto the nearest b [...]