Saturday, May 19, 7:00 & 9:30 PM Sunday, May 20, 4:00 PM Doc Films, Ida Noyes Hall 1212 E 59th St
Don Diego de Zama is a fish out of water as an administrator in colonial Argentina. The exotic vibrance of his environment soon assumes an oppressive aura, forcing Zama into violent confrontations with the mysterious forces of the South American tropics. With this feverish hothouse of a movie, Lucretia Martel confirms her status as the leading light of the vaunted New Argentine Cinema, one of contemporary film's most exciting wellsprings of creativity. Tickets: $5
Run time: 115 minutes TICKET SALES ONLINE END ONE HOUR BEFORE SHOW TIME.