This week, Cinema 320 at Clark University will be showing the film Mademoiselle Chambon.
Tuesday Feb. 22, Thursday Feb. 24, Saturday Feb. 26 @ 7:30PM; Sunday Feb. 27 @ 1, 3PM.
Via the Cinema 320 website:
A devoted family man (Vincent Lindon) reluctantly embarks on an affair with his son’s troubled schoolteacher (Sandrine Kimberlain) in this exceptionally perceptive, critically-lauded romantic drama. (The authentic texture and detail in the relationship might be because Lindon and Kimberlain were once married in real life.) “First rate acting and directing… achieves a subtle but devastating impact”- Hollywood Reporter. 101 minutes. Subtitles.
“An exquisite chamber piece made with the kind of sensitivity and nuance that’s become almost a lost art” – LA Times.
“First rate acting and directing… achieves a subtle but devastating impact” – Hollywood Reporter
Direction: Stephane Brize; screenplay: Stephane Brize & Florence Vignon.
$5.50 adults, $3.50 seniors and Clark students, faculty and staff (with ID)