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Aero Theatre | Q&A with filmmaker Kelly Reichardt. Moderated by Carlos Aguilar.
‘Kelly Reichardt: An American Cinematheque Retrospective’
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WENDY AND LUCY, 2008, Dir: Kelly Reichardt, 80 Minutes, Oscilloscope Laboratories, USA.
Wendy Carroll (Michelle Williams) is driving to Ketchikan, Alaska, in hopes of a summer of lucrative work at the Northwestern Fish cannery, and the start of a new life with her dog, Lucy. When her car breaks down in Oregon, however, the thin fabric of her financial situation comes apart, and she confronts a series of increasingly dire economic decisions, with far-ranging repercussions for herself and Lucy. WENDY AND LUCY addresses issues of sympathy and generosity at the edges of American life, revealing the limits and depths of people’s duty to each other in tough times.
NIGHT MOVES, 2013, Dir: Kelly Reichardt, 112 Minutes, Swank, USA.
Two young eco-terrorists, played by Jesse Eisenberg and Dakota Fanning, plot to blow up a dam with the help of older activist and ex-marine Harmon (Peter Sarsgaard). But when the plan is compromised, they are unsure if they can trust each other. With Alia Shawkat and Logan Miller.
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