Film School: Repulsion with ASU Professor Jeremy Carr

Featuring a pre-film lecture from author & ASU Professor Jeremy Carr who recently published a book about the history, production, and psychology of the film entitled 'Repulsion: Devil's Advocates.'

Featuring adult subject matter, including sexual violence.

directorRoman Polanski
ratedNR
castCatherine Deneuve, Ian Hendry, John Fraser, Yvonne Furneaux

Opens Wednesday, October 27

Featuring adult subject matter, including sexual violence.

  • ⊕ Future Showtimes at Majestic Gilbert

    Film School: Repulsion with ASU Professor Jeremy Carr at The Majestic Gilbert

      Showtimes for Wednesday, October 27

      1. 6:30p

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    Featuring adult subject matter, including sexual violence.

    Roman Polanski's REPULSION (1965), starring Catherine Deneuve as a repressed and tormented manicurist, is a gripping, visually inventive descent into paranoia and self-destructive alienation. Emblematic of recurrent Polanski motifs, evinced in his student short films, in his striking debut feature, KNIFE IN THE WATER (1962), and in subsequent features like DEATH AND THE MAIDEN (1994), REPULSION is a tour-de-force examination of crippling anxiety and the sinister potency of inanimate objects. REPULSION amplifies the realm of psychological horror by evoking the seething impact of increasing delusion, literal and figurative seclusion, and the consequences of one woman's foreboding sensitivity to the unsettling world that surrounds her.

    directorRoman Polanski
    ratedNR
    castCatherine Deneuve, Ian Hendry, John Fraser, Yvonne Furneaux

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