Double feature! See two movies with one ticket. (Second film starts at 8:45.)
Don't miss the gripping conclusion to our summer series «The New Hollywood: Deep Cuts 1967-78,» uncovering hidden gems from some of the most successful filmmakers and stars of the era between the fall of the studio system and the rise of the blockbuster.
One of the great cult films of the 1970s (and a loose remake of Howard Hawks’s Rio Bravo), Assault on Precinct 13 is the harrowing tale of a soon-to-be-closed LA police precinct under siege by a coalition of revenge-seeking gangs. (91 mins., 35mm)
In Sisters, Margot Kidder plays twins Danielle (an aspiring actress) and Dominique (her unstable sibling). Journalist Grace Collier (Jennifer Salt) is convinced she’s witnessed a murder in Danielle’s apartment, but when no evidence emerges after a police search, Grace becomes obsessed with proving that one of the sisters committed the crime. (92 mins., 35mm)