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April 1 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pmFree
In the waning days of second-wave feminism and its anti-pornography discourse, Bette Gordon directed her second feature, about a young woman, Christine, who takes a job as a ticket taker at a Times Square porno theater. There she becomes increasingly obsessed with a patron, and starts following him around dark and neon-lit New York. Gordon made the film for $80,000 after a decade of directing both avant-garde and narrative short films.
(Bette Gordon, USA, English, 100 min, 1983, 35mm)