Andrzej Wajda and Jean-Claude Carrière's daring, and dashing, history of the Reign of Terror in revolutionary France pits Robespierre, the ruthless Jacobin, and Danton, the self-appointed populist, in an ideological clash between two forms of despotism: tyranny of the one, and of the many. The film's contemporary relevance in 1983 did not go unnoticed, provoking cries of heresy among the embattled socialist left in France, and cries of heroic resistance within Poland's Solidarity movement during martial law.
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Bright Light Cinema presents Gremlins 2: The New Batch at Bedlam
Tue | 7PM - 2AM
Tuesday Dec 10th: Bright Light Cinema presents Gremlins 2: The New Batch as the iconic critters descend on Christmastime NYC. Club Cumming's own DJ Bright Light Bright Light (who takes his name from t...
National Lampoons Christmas Vacation on the Big Screen at The Boulton Center
Wed | 7:30 pm
GreaterBayShore.Com and Red River Podcast Present: Classic 80's Movies On The BIG Screen 97 min1989 PG-13 The comic misadventures of the beleaguered Griswold family continue in this latest "Vacation...