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Starring: Kai Luke Brummer, Barbara-Marié Immelman, Michael Kirch
Directed By: Oliver Hermanus
Running Time: 104 min.
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Masks Are Required Except when Seated to Drink or Eat unless proof of vaccination is provided.
You Must Wait to Be Seated
The Theaters will be sanitized between showings: do not enter the theater until escorted.
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A young man in 1981 South Africa must complete his brutal and racist two years of compulsory military service while desperately maintaining the secrecy of his homosexuality.
"By burrowing within the brutal propaganda of apartheid, Hermanus, in his intensely expressive, achingly sorrowful fourth film, has captured a mean machinery at work — one that still abides, long after the end of apartheid."
—Jake Coyle, The Associated Press
|Friday, May 14||7:15pm|
|Saturday, May 15||4:15pm, 7:15pm|
|Sunday, May 16||4:15pm, 7:15pm|
|Friday, May 21||7:15pm|
|Saturday, May 22||4:15pm, 7:15pm|
|Sunday, May 23||4:15pm, 7:15pm|
Doctorow Center for the Arts, Village of Hunter, NY
7971 Main Street, Hunter, NY