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  • Address:

    Anthology Film Archives 32 Second Ave
    East Village
    New York

  • Cross Street:

    at 2nd St

  • Venue phone:

    212-505-5181

  • Venue website:

    anthologyfilmarchives.org

  • Transport:

    Subway: F to Lower East Side–Second Ave, 6 to Bleecker St

  • Price:

    $10; seniors, students and children 12 and under $8; members free–$6

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A Bullet for the General

Mexican bandit brothers (Gian María Volonté, Klaus Kinski) lure a U.S. mercenary (Lou Castel) to join their revolution, complicated by an assassination plot.

  • Sat Aug 2:

    • 8:30pm
  • Sun Aug 3:

    • 5:45pm

Crawlspace

Dr. Karl Gunther (Klaus Kinski) runs a boardinghouse for women and prides himself on keeping it immaculate. Unfortunately for the residents, he also enjoys spying on them through the crawl spaces within the building -- and then killing them, one by o...

  • Fri Aug 1:

    • 9:00pm

Day of Wrath

In a Danish village in the early 1600s, a young woman named Anne (Lisbeth Movin), whose mother was thought to be a witch, develops sympathy toward an old woman, Marte, who is accused of witchcraft. The intervention of Anne's older but kindly husband,...

  • Sat Aug 2:

    • 6:45pm
  • Sun Aug 3:

    • 8:00pm

Jack the Ripper

A policeman's girlfriend (Josephine Chaplin) baits a doctor (Klaus Kinski) who mutilates prostitutes in Victorian London.

  • Mon Aug 4:

    • 9:00pm

My Best Friend

Rating: 3/5

American viewers who know Patrice Leconte for his stylish thrillers (Monsieur Hire) and cool-as-a-cucumber character studies (The Man on the Train) might be somewhat confused by the French director’s latest endeavor. A farce about an antiques dealer...

  • Sat Aug 2:

    • 6:30pm

Ordet

The three sons of devout Danish farmer Morten (Henrik Malberg) have widely disparate religious beliefs. Youngest son Anders (Cay Kristiansen) shares his father's religion, but eldest son Mikkel (Emil Hass Christensen) has lost his faith, while middle...

  • Sun Aug 3:

    • 5:15pm
  • Sun Aug 3:

    • 3:45pm

The Creature With the Blue Hand

Unjustly accused of murder, a man escapes from a mental institution and is blamed for a series of gruesome murders.

  • Sun Aug 3:

    • 8:30pm
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