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2014 Films


Skyline Productions

4:00 PM
Directed by: Dominique Benicheti
Venue: National Gallery of Art

COUSIN JULES (France, 1973, 91 min.)

A blend of documentary, cinema vérité and minimal cinema, the restored French masterpiece Cousin Jules is a compelling study of the daily life of an elderly French couple whose routines have become their link with life. Highly praised when first seen in 1973, the film immerses the viewer in the world of the director’s cousin, Jules, and his wife, French farmers living alone in the country. Shot over a five-year period, the film; in 35mm, distills the true value of living modestly on the land. In French with English subtitles. Directed by Dominique Benicheti.

Ticket/Reservation Info:

FREE. No reservations required.

National Gallery of Art
East Building Auditorium
Fourth St. & Constitution Ave., NW
(Metro: Archives-Navy Memorial, Judiciary Square)

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