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Wednesday, September 3 @ 7:30pm
 
Presented by the Provincetown Film Society and the Great Provincetown Schooner Regatta
 
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Steven Spielberg's iconic summer-movie classic from 1975, based on the best-selling thriller by Peter Benchley. When a great white shark menaces the beaches of Amity Island, maiming and killing swimmers, the local police chief (Roy Scheider), a cocky marine biologist (Richard Dreyfuss), and a grizzled old fisherman (Robert Shaw) set out to put an end to the attacks. Featuring John Williams's Oscar-winning, brilliantly ominous score. "Spielberg may be the man who created the new Hollywood, but in his first megahit he summed up what was best in the old—the humor, the perversity, and the storytelling integrity of Alfred Hitchcock." — David Denby, The New Yorker. (Rated PG, 124 min.)

CALVARY

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    A well-meaning priest, Father James, in a small Irish parish (Brendan Gleeson) is threatened with his own execution during a confession—an act of revenge by someone who was molested by a priest as a child and who knows (and doesn't care) that Father James is innocent of the crime. Over the next week, Father James tries to figure out who among the many creepy, bitter, hostile and vaguely psychopathic members of the community will be the person who will try to kill him. Written and directed by John Michael McDonagh. "A wicked, gimlet-eyed revelation of both Catholic dogma and Irish life today." — Rex Reed, New York Observer. "It doesn't confront churchly scandal or priestly crime; it stares into the spiritual void that is left in its wake." — John Anderson, Newsday. (Rated R, 100 min.)

    THE TRIP TO ITALY

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      British comics Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon take a trip around Italy—from Liguria to Capri—and have six mouth-watering meals, all the while making fun of each other, themselves, and everyone else. Directed by Michael Winterbottom, and a sequel to THE TRIP. "Coogan, Brydon, and Winterbottom journey to the Meditarranean in this warmly enjoyable continuation of their improvised cultural and culinary adventures." — Scott Foundas, Variety.  (Not rated, 108 min.)

      LOVE IS STRANGE

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        When an older New York gay couple (Alfred Molina and John Lithgow) are married, one of them loses his job at a Catholic school and they are forced to move in with relatives until they find a place to live that they can afford. The couple's new living arrangements end up revealing the strengths and strains in the relationships of all those who love and support them. With Marisa Tomei. Cowritten and directed by Ira Sachs (KEEP THE LIGHTS ON; FORTY SHADES OF BLUE). "Calling LOVE IS STRANGE a great gay love story is both precise and inaccurate; I doubt I'll see a more finely performed and beautifully crafted love story, with or without any mere modifiers, up on the big screen this year." — James Rocchi, The Playist. (Rated R, 94 min.)

        THE DROP

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          A bartender (Tom Hardy) at a Brooklyn neighborhood bar that serves as a "money drop" for gangsters finds himself at the center of a robbery gone awry. With James Gandolfini. Written by Dennis Lehane (MYSTIC RIVER, GONE BABY GONE); directed by Michaël R. Roskam. (Rated R, 106 min.)

          PRIDE

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            In the summer of 1984, Margaret Thatcher is the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and the mineworkers' union goes on strike. This prompts a group of gay and lesbian activists to raise money for the union and, when rebuffed by strike organizers, to travel to a Welsh mining village to make their donation in person. Starring Bill Nighy, Imelda Staunton, Dominic West, and Paddy Considine. Directed by Matthew Warchus. "Warm and witty, with terrific performances." — Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian. (Not rated, 120 min.)

            GONE GIRL

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              in the midst of the media circus that surrounds the suspicious disappearance of his wife, a man (Ben Affleck) becomes a suspect in her murder. Starring Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, Neil Patrick Harris, and Tyler Perry. Directed by David Fincher. (Rated R, 145 min.)

              ONE CHANCE

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              The true story of Paul Potts (James Corden), a shy, bullied amateur opera singer who became a phenomenon after winning on the TV contest show Britain's Got Talent. Winner of the HBO Audience Award for Best Narrative Film at the Provincetown Film Festival in June. With Alexandra Roach, Julie Walters, and Colm Meany. Directed by David Frankel. "Funny, touching and pretty irresistible." — Caroline Jowett, Daily Express. (Rated PG-13, 103 min.)

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