I Stand Alone
Friday, April 22 - Thursday, April 28, 2022
Screening in 35mm Fri Apr 22 at 6:50pm, Sat Apr 23 at 9:40pm & Mon Apr 25 at 7pm; other screenings on DCP
“Nahon gives a stunningly courageous performance as the racist, misanthropic, unemployed horsemeat butcher, who dumps his pregnant fiancée, gets a gun and trawls the gutter. His purpose in life is basic survival and the possibility of springing his mentally retarded daughter from care. Noé’s first feature bombards the audience with a vile voice-over and jarring gunshot zooms, forcing us to face the bristling hatred of one of society’s ultimate outsiders. By so doing he tests his audience’s moral convictions, but it’s a gruelling battle. A film of alarming intensity.” – Time Out
35mm print of I STAND ALONE courtesy of the Sundance Collection at the UCLA Film and Television Archive.
Screening as part of the series Too Much Is Never Enough: The Films of Gaspar Noé, April 22-28
Please note: this film includes graphic depictions of violence and sexual assault. Viewer discretion is advised.
Save big and see more of the Gaspar Noe retrospective with a discount Ticket Pack for three admissions! A discount three-ticket pack is available for $42 general public/$30 IFC Center Members. Bring a friend or two to a few screenings or treat yourself to more movies at a better ticket price.
- Country France
- Year 1998
- Running Time 103 minutes
- Director Gaspar Noé
- Accessibility Assistive Listening, T-Coil
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