Screening of the film KIMI at the Cultural Arts Center
A housebound thriller with a 21st century twist, “KIMI” finds master director Steven Soderbergh (“Traffic,” “Contagion,” “Erin Brockovich,” “Solaris,” “Out of Sight”) in a form that a crowd pleaser – thanks in no small part to an exceptional performance by Zoë Kravitz.
With nods and echoes to Alfred Hitchcock’s “Rear Window”, Michelangelo Antonioni’s “Blow-Up” and above all Brian de Palma’s “Blow-Out”, “KIMI” is a beautiful tribute to unforgettable political thrillers Americans of the late 1970s.
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An agoraphobic technician in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic discovers recorded evidence of a violent crime, but encounters resistance when she attempts to report it. In search of justice, she must now do what she dreads the most: she must leave her apartment.
The film is approximately 89 minutes long.
IF YOU ARE GOING TO
When: Friday at 7 p.m.
Where: Savannah Cultural Arts Center, 201 Montgomery St.
Cost: $10 (cash preferred but card available)
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