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A Special Screening 

When: Sun., Feb. 1 2015
When director Marcel Carne’s Daybreak came out in 1939, it was hailed as “the quintessence of French realism.” The movie centers on a man (Jean Gabin) who holes up in his apartment after killing a man. Because of some brief nudity, the French government banned the movie, calling it “too demoralizing.” Tonight at 7 at the Capitol Theatre, the Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque hosts a special screening and will show a newly restored 4K digital version of the film. Tickets are $10. (Niesel)


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