Harlan Jacobson's Talk Cinema: A Man Called Ove

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Directed by Hannes Holm

Ove is nearly sixty and the grumpiest man on the block. Despite being removed as president of the condo association years ago, he couldn’t give a damn—so he still rules over the neighborhood with an iron fist. When pregnant Parvaneh and her family move into the terraced house opposite Ove’s and she accidentally backs her car into Ove’s mailbox, setting off the beginning of an unexpected friendship between the curmudgeon and his newest neighbors. Based on the international best selling book about the power of change at any age. 2016, Sweden, DCP, in Swedish with English subtitles, 116 minutes. Open in New York and LA on September 30.

$18/$16 Speed Members/Free for Cinephile members

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About Harlan Jacobson's Talk Cinema
A Curated Series of Surprises

This national series, programmed by the venerable film critics and curators Harlan and Susan Jacobson, features a sneak preview screening of an art house film before its in release, followed by a discussion. The films are not announced until the day of the screening with clues being dropped in Speed social media a few days before. This series will occur monthly, with events through April.

Last year’s selections included provocative documentaries, indie comedies, foreign-films, and Oscar-nominated titles—all prior to their release.
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