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Mario Bava & the Birth of the Italian Giallo • September 29 – October 5

The Brattle Theatre40 Brattle St., Cambridge MA 02138 • Harvard Square • 617 876-6837 • [email protected]

Fri, Sep 29, 2017

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Evil Eye (aka The Girl Who Knew Too Much)

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Double Feature with BLOOD & BLACK LACE (5:00 & 9:00)

EVIL EYE (1963) dir Mario Bava w/Letícia Román, John Saxon [86 min; DCP]
In this deliciously deranged mystery, pulp fiction enthusiast Román becomes entangled in a game of cat-and-mouse with a killer after she witnesses him committing murder. Finding drama in every shadow, this is Bava at his most Hitchcockian – with voyeurism to spare and a characteristically supernatural twist. – Quad Cinema

“Bava, who’d once shot films for Roberto Rossellini and Raoul Walsh, used black and white for the last time on this project, and with its mastery of the noir vocabulary it helped establish the giallo.” – J. R. Jones, Chicago Reader

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  • Screening on 35mm! BABY DRIVER • Friday 10/6 – Thursday 10/12
Art House Theater Day! New Digital Restoration! A MATTER OF LIFE AND DEATH (aka STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN) • Sunday 9/24 at 7:00

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