Dir. Matteo Garrone, 103 minutes, Italy, France, 14A, Italian with English subtitles
In the latest from Matteo Garrone (Gomorrah), mild-mannered Marcello spends his days grooming dogs, hanging out with his beloved daughter and, like most of his neighbourhood, trying to avoid Simoncino, a former boxer and resident bully with whom Marcello uneasily coexists — until a double-crossing prompts an ugly act of vengeance.
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From the International Art Collection
The Triumph of Christianity Over Paganism 1868
Gustave Doré (French 1832–1883)
oil on canvas, The Joey and Toby Tanenbaum Collection, 2002