“François Truffaut's beautiful 1961 film concerns two friends, the German Jules (Oskar Werner) and the Frenchman Jim (Henri Serre), in the years surrounding World War I, and the maddeningly willful woman, Catherine (the unforgettable Jeanne Moreau), whom they both love. (Stanley Kauffman once described it as the story of an isosceles triangle that gradually becomes equilateral.) Like the director's later TWO ENGLISH GIRLS—another film about a doomed love triangle, also adapted from an Henri-Pierre Roché novel—this film about the ultimate impossibility of lasting romantic love is among the most romantic movies ever made.” —Jim Ridley, Nashville Scene (May 5, 2005)
*Ticket 5-packs may be used in any combination and must be redeemed at the box office. As always, seating for individual screenings is on a first-come basis.
The Jewels and Jim series has been generously underwritten by Mimi and Scott Manzler.
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