October 15, 16, 22, and 23 at 7:15 at the IU Radio & TV Theater.
A woman starts acting strangely after asking her husband, a professional spy, for a divorce. His initial suspicions of a secret lover soon give way to something much more sinister. Isabel Adjani won the Best Actress Award at Cannes for her performance. Written and directed by Polish novelist/filmmaker Andrej Zulawski. Possession received mixed reviews upon its release in 1981. Today it is considered a masterpiece of surrealism and cat-and-mouse suspense.
(in Polish and German w/subtitles / 1981; 2021 / 124 min)
Tickets: only $8
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