OBLIVION

MARCH 21 - APRIL 26

Hip Brooklynites Pam and Dixon take pride in their progressive approach to parenting. But when 16-year-old Julie lies about where she spent the weekend, their cool façade crumbles. With the help of Julie’s friend Bernard, a budding filmmaker, this smart comedy takes a look at Nietzsche, film critic Pauline Kael, and what it means to fight for the ones you love.

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MAY 9 – MAY 31
by David Greig & Gordon McIntyre

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