Eyes Wide Shut: Cruise. Kidman. Kubrick. Karaoke. [In-Person Only]
$14 General Admission
$7 NWFF Member
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After we trawl the depths of men’s existential entitlement and watch an onscreen marriage engulfed in the flames of a malcontent, aimless horniness (may also have contributed to their offscreen divorce?), we’ll serenade our singleness by belting some sad-ballads-only karaoke ’til 11pm.
Couples and polycules are welcome, but not allowed to make eye contact, touch, or speak to one another. 😈 Spooky masks encouraged!
(Stanley Kubrick, UK & US, 1999, 159 min, in English)
Consumed by betrayal and jealousy, a wealthy Manhattan doctor becomes entangled in a ritualistic sexual underworld when his wife admits to having lascivious sexual fantasies about another man.
Synopsis and graphics on this page courtesy of Warner Bros. © 2022 WBEI.
“Stanley Kubrick’s best film! It’s unrelentingly sad, mysterious, suspenseful, and scary – but also, every time I see it, it gets funnier. It feels like the greatest filmed dream you’ve ever seen.” – NWFF Managing Director Chris Day
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