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This landmark indie film, three years in the making and largely funded by grants, stars Melanie Mayron as a young Jewish photographer in NYC who must fend for herself when her best friend/roommate leaves to get married.
United States | 1978 | Claudia Weill
This landmark indie film, three years in the making and largely funded by grants, stars Melanie Mayron as a young Jewish photographer in NYC who must fend for herself when her best friend/roommate leaves to get married. Stanley Kubrick called Claudia Weill’s feminist, slice-of-life comedy-drama “one of the very rare American films that I would compare with the serious, intelligent, sensitive writing and filmmaking that you find in the best directors inView more
Special admission $13; members, CIA & CSU I.D. holders, and those age 25 & under $10.
No passes or twofers.
Capacity limited; advance tickets advised.
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