The Tale of King Crab

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Showings

Floralee Hark Cohen Cinema Fri, May 6 7:30 PM
Floralee Hark Cohen Cinema Sat, May 7 5:00 PM
Floralee Hark Cohen Cinema Fri, May 13 7:30 PM
Floralee Hark Cohen Cinema Sat, May 14 5:00 PM
Floralee Hark Cohen Cinema Fri, May 20 7:30 PM
Floralee Hark Cohen Cinema Sat, May 21 5:00 PM
Floralee Hark Cohen Cinema Fri, May 27 7:30 PM
Floralee Hark Cohen Cinema Sat, May 28 5:00 PM

Description

Luciano is a wandering outcast in a remote, late 19th century Italian village. His life becomes undone by alcohol, forbidden love, and a bitter conflict with the prince of the region over the right of passage through an ancient gateway. When the quarrel escalates, Luciano is exiled to the distant Argentine province of Tierra del Fuego where, with the help of ruthless gold-diggers, he searches for a mythical treasure, paving his way toward redemption. However, in these barren lands, only greed and insanity can prevail.
What the critics are saying:
A wild and compelling work that simultaneously evokes the influence of such disparate filmmakers as Terrence Malick, Werner Herzog, and Sergio Leone. - Peter Sobczynski
RogerEbert.com
This surprising account of a curious cross-continental quest already feels timeless... - Peter Debruge Variety
The movie’s depictions of landscapes both sere and fertile, and its all-but-palpable portrayals of isolation, have echoes of the best work of Werner Herzog and Lucrecia Martel.
- Glenn Kenny
New York Times