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Dear Rabbit goers, this is the time when people leave town to put on their festive attires and celebrate baby jesus with their mothers and brothers... BUT! in case you were looking for something different, come to movie night on wednesday! This week we are screening Xmas silent films from different directors of the early century , such as Thomas Edison, Edwin S. Porter and D.W. Griffith.
INTRODUCING our first Rabbit Sunday Movie Marathon! (So no more Wednesday night excuses!) This coming Sunday we are screening movies all day long by the great Luis Bunuel (father of Surrealist films). Starting at 1pm running until 10:30pm, here is the line up:
1pm: Un Chien Andalou 2pm: The Exterminating Angel 4pm: Belle de Jour 6pm: The Milky Way 8pm: That Obscure Object of Desire 10pm: Un Chien Andalou (replay)
Hope you'll cozy up with us along with warm drinks and hot stew!
it's FREE & BYOB! OPEN TO PUBLIC SPREAD THE WORD!!!
Hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving feasting!
Up next at Rabbit is the masterpiece of Polish director Wojciech Has "The Saragossa Manuscript", a surreal tale of a tale of a tale, among the evil spirits of gypsies, sultans and spanish bohemia... This movie was highly regarded by many great filmmakers later, such as David Lynch but also our next featured director Luis Bunuel, who's "The Milky Way" was greatly inspired by Has' film.