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Todd Haynes |USA |2023 |113min
Cast: Natalie Portman, Chris Tenzis, Charles Melton, Julianne Moore, Andrea Frankle, Gabriel Chung


November 17:5:00 pm, 7:15 pmNovember 18:2:45 pm, 5:00 pm, 7:15 pmNovember 19:2:45 pm, 5:00 pm, 7:15 pmNovember 20:5:00 pm, 7:15 pmNovember 21:5:00 pm, 7:15 pmNovember 22:5:00 pm, 7:15 pm

92% on Rotten Tomatoes!

Elizabeth (Natalie Portman), a popular television star, has arrived in a tight-knit island community in Savannah. Here, she will be doing intimate research for a new part, ingratiating herself into the lives of Gracie (Julianne Moore), whom she’ll be playing on-screen, and her much younger husband, Joe (Charles Melton), to better understand the psychology and circumstances that more than 20 years ago made them notorious tabloid figures. As Elizabeth attempts to get closer to the family, the uncomfortable facts of their scandal unfurl, causing difficult, long-dormant emotions to resurface. From the sensational premise born from first time screenwriter Samy Burch’s brilliant script, director Todd Haynes (Safe, Carol) has constructed an American tale of astonishing richness and depth, which touches the pressure and pleasure points of a culture obsessed equally with celebrity and trauma. It’s a feat of storytelling and pinpoint-precise tone that is shrewd in its wicked embrace of melodrama while also genuinely moving in its humane treatment of tricky subject matter. Boasting a trio of bravura, mercurial performances by Moore, Portman, and Melton, May December is a film about human exploitation, the elusive nature of performance, and the slipperiness of truth that confirms Todd Haynes’s status as one of our consummate movie artists. —New York Film Festival

“An intoxicating reflection on identity and authenticity.” —Observer

“A wonderfully tawdry, upsetting, and often hilarious film, that leans into its tabloid inspirations through an art house lens and features a breakout role for Charles Melton of Riverdale fame.” —The Daily Beast

“A closely focused character study, galvanised by the tremendous performances from Portman and Moore, which delves into areas more conventional dramas don’t go near.—Independent (UK)

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