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Saturday, Oct 3, 2020 7:00 PM
Dir. Miranda July | USA | 2020 | 106 min. | R | DCP

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Drive-in General Admission - $30.00

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Part of Belcourt Drive-In.

Tickets go on sale to Belcourt members Thu, Sep 10 at 3:00pm. Any remaining tickets will go on sale to the general public Fri, Sep 11 at 3:00pm.

Tickets are $25/vehicle for Belcourt members and $30/vehicle for non-members.

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Two Weekend Run — Con artists Theresa and Robert (Debra Winger and Richard Jenkins) have spent 26 years training their only daughter, Old Dolio (Evan Rachel Wood), to swindle, scam, and steal at every opportunity. During a desperate, hastily conceived heist, they charm a kind stranger, Melanie (Gina Rodriguez), into joining their next scheme, completely shaking up Old Dolio’s routine. Her unlikely connection with Melanie begins to challenge Old Dolio’s odd and stoic reality—and she finds herself suddenly caught between the only family she has ever known and the prospect of total freedom.

Writer/director Miranda July (ME AND YOU AND EVERYONE WE KNOW, THE FUTURE) returns with this absurd comedy bursting with uncanny sweetness and lyrical charm. Evan Rachel Wood and Gina Rodriguez’s chemistry is undeniable as they hatch a plan to free Old Dolio from her deceptive parents’ control. July’s playful portrait of self-discovery unfolds the profound and beautiful experience of true connection. (Synopsis from the 2020 Sundance Film Festival)

“It's...about the need for warmth and human connection; and anyone who believes that need was expressed in a singularly affecting way by [Miranda] July's ME AND YOU AND EVERYONE WE KNOW just stop reading this now and make plans to see this aptly titled new film.” —John DeFore, Hollywood Reporter

“[Miranda] July takes these weird, desperate characters and gives their lives a couple of cosmic twists that serve both to clarify her vision and to expand it. This might be her best film yet.” —Bilge Ebiri, Vulture

“KAJILLIONAIRE is less about the con than it is the connection, and we’re all the richer as a result.” —Peter Debruge, Variety

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