- THERE’S ALWAYS TOMORROW
1:00 4:25 7:50
ALL I DESIRE
2:45 6:10 9:35
2 FILMS FOR 1 ADMISSION
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(1956, Douglas Sirk) “If life were always an adventure, it would be very exhausting” — no danger of that for Fred MacMurray and wife Joan Bennett. But then old flame Stanwyck drops in on his life. Approx. 84 min. 35mm.
1:00, 4:25, 7:50
"Stanwyck is focused as a laser beam, cutting through the story with that devastating, face-up-to-it honesty that was her trademark."
– Imogen Sara Smith, Moving Image Source
"Stanwyck's talents for plumbing loneliness and regret are most devastatingly on display in Sirk's There's Always Tomorrow."
– Melissa Anderson, Village Voice
“A virtuoso study in tones.” – Dave Kehr
(1953, Douglas Sirk) 1910, and at her daughter’s request actress Stanwyck returns to visit the husband, three children, and one-horse town she abandoned ten years before. But do the husband, other two kids, and an ex-lover still care? Approx. 79 min. 35mm.
2:45, 6:10, 9:35