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  1. Saturday, March 14, 2015 3:00 p.m.
Image from the film Satyricon.
Visionary, phantasmagoric, at times vulgar, and, by the way, often tenderly gay, Satyricon is La dolce vita in ancient Rome. Fabulous spectacle and yet rigorous in its respect for how the original text comes down to us: fragmentary, intermittently opaque, even incomprehensible, with sudden shifts of time. Widescreen composition recreates the depthlessness of fresco, the music is out of time, and everything throbs with strange violence and baffling sexuality, excessive bingeing jostling philosophical reflection and esoteric poetry. Contains mature content. In Italian language with English subtitles.(35mm presentation)