Playing July 22 - 25, 2011
Harold and Maude
Dir. Hal Ashby US 1971
Celebrate the Red Vicís 31st birthday with one of our most popular films ever. Director Hal Ashby (Being There, Shampoo) takes jabs at motherhood, the military, psychiatry, computer dating, patriotic fever and funerals in probably the most charming movie about death ever made. Much of this modern love story takes place in the Bay Area, and settings include the Sutro Baths, the Marin Headlands and the Emeryville mudflats. Morbid 19-year-old Harold drives a Jaguar converted into a hearse, stages one suicide after another and frequents cemeteries. Ruth Gordon steals the show as the exuberant 79-year-old Maude who teaches him to appreciate life. Playfully grim, this is black comedy at its finest. Starring Bud Cort, Ruth Gordon and Vivian Pickles, and featuring the music of Cat Stevens. A special birthday treat will be given out at evening screenings on Monday as a thanks to all our patrons for years of support.(92m)

BOTH SHOWS ON MONDAY 25th ARE SOLD OUT!! However, there are still tickets left for Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
  Showtimes Links
  Fri & Mon: 7:15, 9:15;
Sat & Sun: 2:00, 4:00, 7:15, 9:15
Official Site
Internet Movie Database

  
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