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When: Tue., Nov. 5 2013
If you love the upstairs/downstairs British dramas as much as Netflix sure thinks you do, you’ll love this '60s-era “brilliantly icy” movie about a manservant who turns the psychosexual tables on his master. Written by famous absurdist playwright Harold Pinter, The Servant stars Dirk Bogarde as the scheming servant and discusses class relations, power and perversion like you’ve never seen it before. It plays at the Capitol Theatre tonight at 7 in a screening presented by the Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque. To commemorate its 50th anniversary, The Servant has been digitally restored and looks magnificent. (Allard)

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