THE SHOW MUST GO ON
2010, 80 min, Croatia, Dir: Nevio Marasovic

In the near future, successful TV producer Filip (Sven Medvesek) has just launched a reality show focusing on the lives of six couples living together, a direct competitor to his ex-wife’s higher-rated news show. When the much-speculated World War III breaks out, Filip hides the international news from his sequestered contestants, who continue with their sheltered on-set lives as if nothing has happened. Filip suddenly finds himself with a massively popular escapist TV show on his hands, and must grapple with the slippery morals that go along with it while trying to protect his son from the harsh realities of war. In Croatian with English subtitles.


DONNIE DARKO
2001, AGFA, 113 min, USA, Dir: Richard Kelly

October 2, 1988: just another ordinary day in the life of teenage Donnie Darko (Jake Gyllenhaal). Suddenly, an outrageous accident occurs, just missing killing Donnie. As Donnie begins to explore what it means to still be alive, and in short order to be in love, he uncovers secrets of the universe that give him the tempting power to alter time and destiny. With scenes shot at our very own Aero Theatre!


CHERRY 2000
1987, Park Circus, 99 min, USA, Dir: Steve De Jarnatt

Melanie Griffith plays a female variation on Mad Max in this post-apocalyptic story of a hired killer who takes on psychotic criminals in a robot warehouse. John Ford stalwarts Ben Johnson and Harry Carey Jr. costar, giving this futuristic Western added street cred.


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