Days of Heaven
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With cinematographer Néstor Almendros (COCKFIGHTER, THE WILD CHILD) and composer Ennio Morricone (the films of Sergio Leone, for starters), along with an insistence to shoot during “the golden hour” with mostly natural light, Terrence Malick created what many regard as one of the most strikingly beautiful films ever made. It tells the story of Bill (Richard Gere), an early-1900s Chicago steel mill worker who flees town after accidentally killing a man. In search of a better life, he moves his girlfriend Abby (Brooke Adams) and younger sister Linda (Linda Manz, who narrates the film) to the wheat fields of Texas. But they run into tragedy when a wealthy farmer (Sam Shepard) falls for Abby.
Dir. Terrence Malick | USA | 1978 | 94 min. | PG | DCP
$9/Students, Military, & Adult Matinee
$8.50/Seniors & Children
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