Casablanca (special Valentine's Day show!)

“…no camera before or since ever loved one woman so faithfully and unconditionally.” – BBC

Whether you’re viewing it for the first time, or you have its infinitely quotable dialogue burned into your gray matter, the experience of Casablanca is potently satisfying on enough different levels (comedic, philosophical, visual, verbal, political, musical, etc.) that it’s fair to call it one of the most absolutely romantic movies of all time. Its love triangle between the owner of the Moroccan nightclub for ex-pats (Humphrey Bogart), the dame who disappeared from his life once the Germans invaded Paris (the ravishing Ingrid Bergman) and her new resistance fighter flame (Paul Henreid) is so endearing that, like all great love songs — we must play it again!
Dir. Michael Curtiz, 1942, 35mm, 102 min.

Watch the trailer for “Casablanca”!
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