Dirty Like an Angel
Saturday, February 12 - Monday, February 14, 2022
Please note: due to shipping delays in Europe, we have not received the 35mm print of DIRTY LIKE AN ANGEL that was coming in from France.
Instead, we will screen a digital version of the film today’s 4:50pm show.
We apologize for the inconvenience.
Deblache is fifty years old. He has always lived alone, his friends are men, his loves are whores. He feels sick but doesn’t acknowledge it, fearing deep down that he is only aging, and doesn’t want to face his life. This is the type of loneliness Deblache has shared with his Alter Ego, Théron, a handsome, young, braggart, womanizing-cop like himself. He feels betrayed when Théron marries Barbara, because two cops working together it is a kind of marriage. Deblache finally having to be operated on, it is in the hospital that Théron will introduce to him his wife. She is very young, cold, awkward, and provincial. She knows quite well that he doesn’t like her and tells him so, ant that is how il will all begin. Tension being something very particular between men and women.
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- Country France
- Language In French with English subtitles
- Year 1991
- Running Time 105 minutes
- Director Catherine Breillat
- Cast Lio, Claude Brasseur, Nils Tavernier
- Accessibility Assistive Listening, T-Coil
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