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4K Restoration of TWILIGHT (Not That One) Release Schedule

 

Twilight 1990

After discovering the murdered body of a young girl deep in a mountainous forest, a hardened homicide detective pushes himself to increasingly obsessive ends in his quest to catch the serial killer – known only as "the Giant”—responsible for the crime. A much admired but long unavailable masterpiece by influential Hungarian auteur and regular BΓ©la Tarr collaborator GyΓΆrgy FehΓ©r, Twilight (SzΓΌrkΓΌlet) is at once an existential murder mystery and an expansive meditation on time and space. Stunningly lensed in rich blacks and cascading grays by DP MiklΓ³s GurbΓ‘n (Werckmeister Harmonies), Arbelos is proud to present Twilight for its first-ever U.S. release in a brand new 4K restoration by the National Film Institute - Hungarian Film Archive and FilmLab, supervised by GurbΓ‘n.

Screens Thur Jun 1, 10.00pm At The American Cinematheque, Los Feliz

Also coming to Philadelphia, Chicago, Cleveland,

San Francisco, and More.

Full List of Play Date HERE

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