Three young snowboarders must counteract a zombie outbreak in Attack of the Lederhosen Zombies, a campy horror flick set in the Austrian Alps. The trio employs snowboarding skills to get the job done. The movie screens at 7:30 tonight and at midnight on Saturday at the Capitol Theatre. Tickets are $9.75 for adults, $7 for seniors. (Jeff Niesel)
Two teenage boys start out as adversaries in Being 17, a French by director Andre Techine (Wild Reeds). Set in the mountains of Southern France, the movie concentrates on the sexual awakening that takes place as the two teens must share the same house and learn to live with one another. The film makes its Cleveland premiere tonight at 6:45 at the Cleveland Museum of Art, where it shows again at 6:45 p.m. on Sunday. Tickets are $9, $7 for members, seniors and students. (Niesel)
Two of the UK's finest actors, Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart share a love for iconic playwrights such as Samuel Beckett and Harold Pinter. They famously worked together in an adaptation of Beckett's Waiting for Godot, and they've teamed up again for Pinter's No Man's Land, a play about a place "which never moves, never changes, which never grows older, but which remains forever, icy and silent." Today at 11 a.m. at the Cedar Lee, you can watch them perform together as the theater broadcasts the National Theatre's production of the play. Tickets cost $20. (Niesel)
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