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Los Feliz 3 | Introduction by filmmaker Béla Tarr
‘Boundless Damnation: The Films of Béla Tarr’
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In Hungarian with English subtitles
Described by Béla Tarr as an “anti-movie” made in opposition to the conventions of Hungarian cinema, THE OUTSIDER is set in a small industrial town and follows András, a music-loving young nurse, who is fired for alcoholism. It’s another failure in his life. As he wanders through the city, András drifts aimlessly through his relationships, both social and romantic.
DISTRIBUTOR: Lux Box Films
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