Mysteries and film noir classics will come to the silver screen every week this month at the Mosaic District.
Moviegoers at the Angelika Film Center (2911 District Avenue, Suite 200) can watch a different film every Wednesday from 7-9 p.m. Tickets cost $14.50.
The movie options are:
- May 8: “Mildred Pierce” — A woman struggles to support her spoiled daughter after divorcing her husband and starting a successful restaurant business
- May 15: “The Maltese Falcon” — A private detective seeks out his partner’s killer and becomes involved in a search for a priceless 16th-century statuette
- May 22: “Double Indemnity” — A woman seduces an insurance agent into murdering her husband, but then they get suspicious of each other’s motives
- May 29: “The Lady From Shanghai”– A seaman gets implicated in a murder after he starts working on a yacht
From the Mosaic District’s website:
Join us Wednesdays in May for murder, femme fatales and a hard-boiled detective with a hat. With breathtaking cinematography, these Film Noir classics mark an error of smoky landscapes, towering shadows and stupendous mystery.
The self-described “boutique cinema” in the heart of the Mosaic District typically shows independent and specialty films.
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