Let the Fire Burn: Documentary on Philly Attack
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Set against the vibrant, manic backdrop of Rio de Janeiro during Carnival, Black Orpheus is a tragic love story retelling the Greek legend of Orpheus and Eurydice. Winner of the 1960 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, this beautifully photographed movie, with a lively soundtrack that includes the work of Antonio Carlos Jobim, helped popularize bossa nova music in the United States. This tale of star-crossed lovers plays at Symphony Space as part of its Classics in HD screening series. Learn More
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Good experience minus some acceptable hiccups. There is a bar (very cool), and there is a sign that says you can bring your drink inside the theater only to be asked upon entering to go back to the bar to have it poured into a plastic cup. The staff isn't the most outgoing but nothing complaint worthy either. The theater was very clean, unique in setup, and I would go back again. The documentary itself was a pretty decent watch.
Quotes & Highlights
“Critic’s Pick … Seamlessly fashioned … relives an incredible chapter in American history.” —Nicolas Rapold, The New York Times
“Building with the awful inexorability of Greek tragedy, Jason Osder’s riveting documentary chronicles the escalating confrontations between the Philadelphia police and a back-to-nature African-American collective called Move.” —Ronnie Scheib, Variety
“A first-rate piece of forensic filmmaking.” —David Fear, Time Out New York