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SOLD OUT – Au Hasard Balthazar

Robert Bresson

A little donkey is suckled by its mother, then baptized “Balthazar;” a girl and boy say goodbye at the end of summer: a vision of paradise. Years pass and the now-teenaged Marie (Anne Wiazemsky) finds herself drifting into more and more destructive situations, including involvement with a local juvenile delinquent; while Balthazar moves from owner to owner, some relatively kind, some cruel, some drunkenly careless.

ABSOLUTELY MAGNIFICENT…ONE OF THE MOST SIGNIFICANT EVENTS OF THE CINEMA.” — JEAN-LUC GODARD

“One of the great, if not the greatest of, living directors; if he had made no film other than Balthazar, he would deserve the title.” — Molly Haskell

“Everyone has their favorite [Bresson film]. Mine is the heartbreaking Au Hasard Balthazar – a movie that transforms the death of a donkey into the most tragic and sublime cinematic passage I know. Bresson’s supreme masterpiece and one of the greatest movies ever made.” — J. Hoberman, Village Voice

“No film has ever come so close to convulsing my entire being. It stands by itself as one of the loftiest pinnacles of artistically realized emotional experiences.” — Andrew Sarris

Golden Lion (Venice Film Festival, 1966)

“One of the 20 great films of the 20th century” (BFI Sight & Sound Critics & Filmmakers Poll, 2002)

“One of the 10 greatest films of the 20th century” (Village Voice Critics Poll, 2000)

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  • 1/27 | 7:00PM