Tattered Cover Film Series: Boudu Saved from Drowning
|Denver FilmCenter/Colfax: Join the Tattered Cover Book Store, UCD’s College of Arts & Media, Colorado Public Radio, and the new Denver FilmCenter/Colfax (in the Lowenstein CulturePlex, next door to the Tattered Cover Colfax Avenue) for an exploration of the world of classic movies, hosted by Colorado Public Radio film critic Howie Movshovitz at the Denver FilmCenter/Colfax. All programs begin at 2:00 pm. Admission is free, but tickets are required from the box office. Tickets are available one hour before screening. Parking is avilable in the parking lot off of Elizabeth or Columbine Streets. |
This month we’ll see the 1932 Jean Renoir classic Boudu Saved from Drowning.
Renoir is as good as it gets. He nudges his characters into action, and he watches. His films have neither heroes nor villains, just the brilliant vision of the complexity of human life. Boudu (Michel Simon), a homeless tramp, leaps into the Seine. A bookseller jumps in after him and pulls him to safety—and what’s this uptight shopkeeper going to do with him now, this uncivilized man who wipes his shoes with the drapes and leches after both wife and maid? An utterly brilliant, often hilarious movie. (84 minutes)
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