Through a Glass Brightly: A Paul Mazursky Retrospective
Winner of the 2010 Los Angeles Film Critics Association's Lifetime Achievement Award, Paul Mazursky has had a tremendous impact on contemporary American cinema. First as an actor, then as a writer and director, he ranks among America’s greatest film artists. Mazursky is known for his comic writing, which blends critical social realism and a deep interest in European art film, as well as his insight into the angst of contemporary American life. Join us for a retrospective of the work of this American original.
Tuesday, April 3, 1:30 p.m.
Actor Jack Noah (Richard Dreyfuss) is on location in the dictatorship of Parador when its dictator (also played by Dreyfuss) dies. The dictator's right-hand man, Roberto (Raul Julia), makes Jack an offer he cannot refuse: impersonate the dictator or die.
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