Cast: Myriam Boyer, Jean-Luc Bideau, Miou-Miou A group of eight stubbornly nonconformist Genevans from different walks of life get together on a rural retreat to dream of a world which offers more than consumerist inducements in this, another of Tanner’s string of ‘70s masterpieces. Co-written by Tanner and English writer John Berger, this redoubt for May 1968 ideals in the mid-‘70s is that rare explicitly political film that doesn’t reduce its characters to placeholders. Sponsored by Cinematheque. Cost: Free


  • Occurred Sunday, March 18th, 2018 @ 2:00 pm


Chazen Museum of Art