Lynne Ramsay's "We Need To Talk About Kevin"

From the director of Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar!

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Friday, December 9th: 2:30pm, 5:00pm, 7:30pm, 10:15pm
Saturday, December 10th: 11:00am, 1:30pm, 4:00pm, 6:45pm, 9:30pm, midnight
Sunday, December 11th: 11:00am, 1:30pm, 4:00pm, 6:45pm, 9:30pm, midnight
Monday, December 12th: 2:30pm, 5:00pm, 7:30pm, 10:15pm

Tuesday, December 13th: 2:30pm, 5:00pm, 7:30pm, 10:15pm

Wednesday, December 14th: 2:30pm, 5:00pm, 7:30pm, 10:15pm

Thursday, December 15th: 2:30pm, 5:00pm, 7:30pm, 10:15pm

With her first two films a decade ago (Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar, two masterpieces of poetic realism and arresting cinematic beauty), Lynne Ramsay established herself as one of the most promising and pure directorial talents in the world, but it seemed for many years we would be left in constant anticipation of seeing that promise fulfilled. Now, cineastes can finally rejoice over Ramsay’s return to the screen, and in the tradition of Von Trier’s Antichrist or Nic Refn’s Drive, we also get the bonus pleasure of seeing a favorite arthouse director bending a “genre” subject — in this case the “bad seed” evil-child thriller. Welcome to the darkest, deepest and perhaps most honest exploration of maternal relations since Medea; Tilda Swinton gives a bracing tour-de-force performance as a woman embroiled in a tragic fifteen-year battle with her son — a sociopathic boy whose ominous, ever-increasing malevolence can only be comprehended by the mom who knows him best. Ramsey’s cinematic skill brings it both the well-oiled, well-coiled formal satisfactions of the best psychological thrillers, and the rich emotional experience of a work of art. Co-starring John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller in an unforgettable breakout role as Tilda Swinton’s nightmarish offspring!
Dir. Lynne Ramsay, 2011, 35mm, 112 min.
Watch the trailer for “We Need To Talk About Kevin”!

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We Need To Talk About Kevin (12/15, 10:15pm)

The first film in nine years from Lynne Ramsay!
kevin_newsite8
12/15/2011 - 10:15PM

With her first two films a decade ago (Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar, two masterpieces of poetic realism and arresting cinematic beauty), Lynne Ramsay established herself as one of the most promising and pure directorial talents in the world, but it seemed for many years we would be left in constant anticipation of seeing that promise fulfilled.  Now, cineastes can finally rejoice over Ramsay’s return to the screen, and in the tradition of Von Trier’s Antichrist or Nic Refn’s Drive, we also get the bonus pleasure of seeing a favorite arthouse director bending a “genre” subject — in this case the “bad seed” evil-child thriller. Welcome to the darkest, deepest and perhaps most honest exploration of maternal relations since Medea; Tilda Swinton gives a bracing tour-de-force performance as a woman embroiled in a tragic fifteen-year battle with her son — a sociopathic boy whose ominous, ever-increasing malevolence can only be comprehended by the mom who knows him best.  Ramsey’s cinematic skill brings it both the well-oiled, well-coiled formal satisfactions of the best psychological thrillers, and the rich emotional experience of a work of art.  Co-starring John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller in an unforgettable breakout role as Tilda Swinton’s nightmarish offspring!
Dir. Lynne Ramsay, 2011, 35mm, 112 min.

Watch an excerpt from “We Need To Talk About Kevin”!
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We Need To Talk About Kevin (12/15, 7:30pm)

The first film in nine years from Lynne Ramsay!
kevin_newsite7
12/15/2011 - 7:30PM

With her first two films a decade ago (Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar, two masterpieces of poetic realism and arresting cinematic beauty), Lynne Ramsay established herself as one of the most promising and pure directorial talents in the world, but it seemed for many years we would be left in constant anticipation of seeing that promise fulfilled.  Now, cineastes can finally rejoice over Ramsay’s return to the screen, and in the tradition of Von Trier’s Antichrist or Nic Refn’s Drive, we also get the bonus pleasure of seeing a favorite arthouse director bending a “genre” subject — in this case the “bad seed” evil-child thriller. Welcome to the darkest, deepest and perhaps most honest exploration of maternal relations since Medea; Tilda Swinton gives a bracing tour-de-force performance as a woman embroiled in a tragic fifteen-year battle with her son — a sociopathic boy whose ominous, ever-increasing malevolence can only be comprehended by the mom who knows him best.  Ramsey’s cinematic skill brings it both the well-oiled, well-coiled formal satisfactions of the best psychological thrillers, and the rich emotional experience of a work of art.  Co-starring John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller in an unforgettable breakout role as Tilda Swinton’s nightmarish offspring!
Dir. Lynne Ramsay, 2011, 35mm, 112 min.

Watch the trailer for “We Need To Talk About Kevin”!
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We Need To Talk About Kevin (12/15, 5:00pm)

The first film in nine years from Lynne Ramsay!
kevin_newsite6
12/15/2011 - 5PM

With her first two films a decade ago (Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar, two masterpieces of poetic realism and arresting cinematic beauty), Lynne Ramsay established herself as one of the most promising and pure directorial talents in the world, but it seemed for many years we would be left in constant anticipation of seeing that promise fulfilled.  Now, cineastes can finally rejoice over Ramsay’s return to the screen, and in the tradition of Von Trier’s Antichrist or Nic Refn’s Drive, we also get the bonus pleasure of seeing a favorite arthouse director bending a “genre” subject — in this case the “bad seed” evil-child thriller. Welcome to the darkest, deepest and perhaps most honest exploration of maternal relations since Medea; Tilda Swinton gives a bracing tour-de-force performance as a woman embroiled in a tragic fifteen-year battle with her son — a sociopathic boy whose ominous, ever-increasing malevolence can only be comprehended by the mom who knows him best.  Ramsey’s cinematic skill brings it both the well-oiled, well-coiled formal satisfactions of the best psychological thrillers, and the rich emotional experience of a work of art.  Co-starring John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller in an unforgettable breakout role as Tilda Swinton’s nightmarish offspring!
Dir. Lynne Ramsay, 2011, 35mm, 112 min.

Watch an excerpt from “We Need To Talk About Kevin”!
YouTube Preview Image

We Need To Talk About Kevin (12/15, 2:30pm)

The first film in nine years from Lynne Ramsay!
kevin_newsite5
12/15/2011 - 2:30PM

With her first two films a decade ago (Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar, two masterpieces of poetic realism and arresting cinematic beauty), Lynne Ramsay established herself as one of the most promising and pure directorial talents in the world, but it seemed for many years we would be left in constant anticipation of seeing that promise fulfilled.  Now, cineastes can finally rejoice over Ramsay’s return to the screen, and in the tradition of Von Trier’s Antichrist or Nic Refn’s Drive, we also get the bonus pleasure of seeing a favorite arthouse director bending a “genre” subject — in this case the “bad seed” evil-child thriller. Welcome to the darkest, deepest and perhaps most honest exploration of maternal relations since Medea; Tilda Swinton gives a bracing tour-de-force performance as a woman embroiled in a tragic fifteen-year battle with her son — a sociopathic boy whose ominous, ever-increasing malevolence can only be comprehended by the mom who knows him best.  Ramsey’s cinematic skill brings it both the well-oiled, well-coiled formal satisfactions of the best psychological thrillers, and the rich emotional experience of a work of art.  Co-starring John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller in an unforgettable breakout role as Tilda Swinton’s nightmarish offspring!
Dir. Lynne Ramsay, 2011, 35mm, 112 min.

Watch the trailer for “We Need To Talk About Kevin”!
YouTube Preview Image

We Need To Talk About Kevin (12/14, 10:15pm)

The first film in nine years from Lynne Ramsay!
kevin_newsite4
12/14/2011 - 10:15PM

With her first two films a decade ago (Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar, two masterpieces of poetic realism and arresting cinematic beauty), Lynne Ramsay established herself as one of the most promising and pure directorial talents in the world, but it seemed for many years we would be left in constant anticipation of seeing that promise fulfilled.  Now, cineastes can finally rejoice over Ramsay’s return to the screen, and in the tradition of Von Trier’s Antichrist or Nic Refn’s Drive, we also get the bonus pleasure of seeing a favorite arthouse director bending a “genre” subject — in this case the “bad seed” evil-child thriller. Welcome to the darkest, deepest and perhaps most honest exploration of maternal relations since Medea; Tilda Swinton gives a bracing tour-de-force performance as a woman embroiled in a tragic fifteen-year battle with her son — a sociopathic boy whose ominous, ever-increasing malevolence can only be comprehended by the mom who knows him best.  Ramsey’s cinematic skill brings it both the well-oiled, well-coiled formal satisfactions of the best psychological thrillers, and the rich emotional experience of a work of art.  Co-starring John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller in an unforgettable breakout role as Tilda Swinton’s nightmarish offspring!
Dir. Lynne Ramsay, 2011, 35mm, 112 min.

Watch an excerpt from “We Need To Talk About Kevin”!
YouTube Preview Image

We Need To Talk About Kevin (12/14, 7:30pm)

The first film in nine years from Lynne Ramsay!
kevin_newsite3
12/14/2011 - 7:30PM

With her first two films a decade ago (Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar, two masterpieces of poetic realism and arresting cinematic beauty), Lynne Ramsay established herself as one of the most promising and pure directorial talents in the world, but it seemed for many years we would be left in constant anticipation of seeing that promise fulfilled.  Now, cineastes can finally rejoice over Ramsay’s return to the screen, and in the tradition of Von Trier’s Antichrist or Nic Refn’s Drive, we also get the bonus pleasure of seeing a favorite arthouse director bending a “genre” subject — in this case the “bad seed” evil-child thriller. Welcome to the darkest, deepest and perhaps most honest exploration of maternal relations since Medea; Tilda Swinton gives a bracing tour-de-force performance as a woman embroiled in a tragic fifteen-year battle with her son — a sociopathic boy whose ominous, ever-increasing malevolence can only be comprehended by the mom who knows him best.  Ramsey’s cinematic skill brings it both the well-oiled, well-coiled formal satisfactions of the best psychological thrillers, and the rich emotional experience of a work of art.  Co-starring John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller in an unforgettable breakout role as Tilda Swinton’s nightmarish offspring!
Dir. Lynne Ramsay, 2011, 35mm, 112 min.

Watch the trailer for “We Need To Talk About Kevin”!
YouTube Preview Image

We Need To Talk About Kevin (12/14, 5:00pm)

The first film in nine years from Lynne Ramsay!
kevin_newsite2
12/14/2011 - 5PM

With her first two films a decade ago (Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar, two masterpieces of poetic realism and arresting cinematic beauty), Lynne Ramsay established herself as one of the most promising and pure directorial talents in the world, but it seemed for many years we would be left in constant anticipation of seeing that promise fulfilled.  Now, cineastes can finally rejoice over Ramsay’s return to the screen, and in the tradition of Von Trier’s Antichrist or Nic Refn’s Drive, we also get the bonus pleasure of seeing a favorite arthouse director bending a “genre” subject — in this case the “bad seed” evil-child thriller. Welcome to the darkest, deepest and perhaps most honest exploration of maternal relations since Medea; Tilda Swinton gives a bracing tour-de-force performance as a woman embroiled in a tragic fifteen-year battle with her son — a sociopathic boy whose ominous, ever-increasing malevolence can only be comprehended by the mom who knows him best.  Ramsey’s cinematic skill brings it both the well-oiled, well-coiled formal satisfactions of the best psychological thrillers, and the rich emotional experience of a work of art.  Co-starring John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller in an unforgettable breakout role as Tilda Swinton’s nightmarish offspring!
Dir. Lynne Ramsay, 2011, 35mm, 112 min.

Watch an excerpt from “We Need To Talk About Kevin”!
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We Need To Talk About Kevin (12/14, 2:30pm)

The first film in nine years from Lynne Ramsay!
kevin_newsite1
12/14/2011 - 2:30PM

With her first two films a decade ago (Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar, two masterpieces of poetic realism and arresting cinematic beauty), Lynne Ramsay established herself as one of the most promising and pure directorial talents in the world, but it seemed for many years we would be left in constant anticipation of seeing that promise fulfilled.  Now, cineastes can finally rejoice over Ramsay’s return to the screen, and in the tradition of Von Trier’s Antichrist or Nic Refn’s Drive, we also get the bonus pleasure of seeing a favorite arthouse director bending a “genre” subject — in this case the “bad seed” evil-child thriller. Welcome to the darkest, deepest and perhaps most honest exploration of maternal relations since Medea; Tilda Swinton gives a bracing tour-de-force performance as a woman embroiled in a tragic fifteen-year battle with her son — a sociopathic boy whose ominous, ever-increasing malevolence can only be comprehended by the mom who knows him best.  Ramsey’s cinematic skill brings it both the well-oiled, well-coiled formal satisfactions of the best psychological thrillers, and the rich emotional experience of a work of art.  Co-starring John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller in an unforgettable breakout role as Tilda Swinton’s nightmarish offspring!
Dir. Lynne Ramsay, 2011, 35mm, 112 min.

Watch the trailer for “We Need To Talk About Kevin”!
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We Need To Talk About Kevin (12/13, 10:15pm)

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12/13/2011 - 10:15PM

With her first two films a decade ago (Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar, two masterpieces of poetic realism and arresting cinematic beauty), Lynne Ramsay established herself as one of the most promising and pure directorial talents in the world, but it seemed for many years we would be left in constant anticipation of seeing that promise fulfilled.  Now, cineastes can finally rejoice over Ramsay’s return to the screen, and in the tradition of Von Trier’s Antichrist or Nic Refn’s Drive, we also get the bonus pleasure of seeing a favorite arthouse director bending a “genre” subject — in this case the “bad seed” evil-child thriller. Welcome to the darkest, deepest and perhaps most honest exploration of maternal relations since Medea; Tilda Swinton gives a bracing tour-de-force performance as a woman embroiled in a tragic fifteen-year battle with her son — a sociopathic boy whose ominous, ever-increasing malevolence can only be comprehended by the mom who knows him best.  Ramsey’s cinematic skill brings it both the well-oiled, well-coiled formal satisfactions of the best psychological thrillers, and the rich emotional experience of a work of art.  Co-starring John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller in an unforgettable breakout role as Tilda Swinton’s nightmarish offspring!
Dir. Lynne Ramsay, 2011, 35mm, 112 min.

Watch an excerpt from “We Need To Talk About Kevin”!
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We Need To Talk About Kevin (12/13, 7:30pm)

The first film in nine years from Lynne Ramsay!
kevin_newsite7
12/13/2011 - 7:30PM

With her first two films a decade ago (Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar, two masterpieces of poetic realism and arresting cinematic beauty), Lynne Ramsay established herself as one of the most promising and pure directorial talents in the world, but it seemed for many years we would be left in constant anticipation of seeing that promise fulfilled.  Now, cineastes can finally rejoice over Ramsay’s return to the screen, and in the tradition of Von Trier’s Antichrist or Nic Refn’s Drive, we also get the bonus pleasure of seeing a favorite arthouse director bending a “genre” subject — in this case the “bad seed” evil-child thriller. Welcome to the darkest, deepest and perhaps most honest exploration of maternal relations since Medea; Tilda Swinton gives a bracing tour-de-force performance as a woman embroiled in a tragic fifteen-year battle with her son — a sociopathic boy whose ominous, ever-increasing malevolence can only be comprehended by the mom who knows him best.  Ramsey’s cinematic skill brings it both the well-oiled, well-coiled formal satisfactions of the best psychological thrillers, and the rich emotional experience of a work of art.  Co-starring John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller in an unforgettable breakout role as Tilda Swinton’s nightmarish offspring!
Dir. Lynne Ramsay, 2011, 35mm, 112 min.

Watch the trailer for “We Need To Talk About Kevin”!
YouTube Preview Image

We Need To Talk About Kevin (12/13, 5:00pm)

The first film in nine years from Lynne Ramsay!
kevin_newsite6
12/13/2011 - 5PM

With her first two films a decade ago (Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar, two masterpieces of poetic realism and arresting cinematic beauty), Lynne Ramsay established herself as one of the most promising and pure directorial talents in the world, but it seemed for many years we would be left in constant anticipation of seeing that promise fulfilled.  Now, cineastes can finally rejoice over Ramsay’s return to the screen, and in the tradition of Von Trier’s Antichrist or Nic Refn’s Drive, we also get the bonus pleasure of seeing a favorite arthouse director bending a “genre” subject — in this case the “bad seed” evil-child thriller. Welcome to the darkest, deepest and perhaps most honest exploration of maternal relations since Medea; Tilda Swinton gives a bracing tour-de-force performance as a woman embroiled in a tragic fifteen-year battle with her son — a sociopathic boy whose ominous, ever-increasing malevolence can only be comprehended by the mom who knows him best.  Ramsey’s cinematic skill brings it both the well-oiled, well-coiled formal satisfactions of the best psychological thrillers, and the rich emotional experience of a work of art.  Co-starring John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller in an unforgettable breakout role as Tilda Swinton’s nightmarish offspring!
Dir. Lynne Ramsay, 2011, 35mm, 112 min.

Watch an excerpt from “We Need To Talk About Kevin”!
YouTube Preview Image

We Need To Talk About Kevin (12/13, 2:30pm)

The first film in nine years from Lynne Ramsay!
kevin_newsite5
12/13/2011 - 2:30PM

With her first two films a decade ago (Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar, two masterpieces of poetic realism and arresting cinematic beauty), Lynne Ramsay established herself as one of the most promising and pure directorial talents in the world, but it seemed for many years we would be left in constant anticipation of seeing that promise fulfilled.  Now, cineastes can finally rejoice over Ramsay’s return to the screen, and in the tradition of Von Trier’s Antichrist or Nic Refn’s Drive, we also get the bonus pleasure of seeing a favorite arthouse director bending a “genre” subject — in this case the “bad seed” evil-child thriller. Welcome to the darkest, deepest and perhaps most honest exploration of maternal relations since Medea; Tilda Swinton gives a bracing tour-de-force performance as a woman embroiled in a tragic fifteen-year battle with her son — a sociopathic boy whose ominous, ever-increasing malevolence can only be comprehended by the mom who knows him best.  Ramsey’s cinematic skill brings it both the well-oiled, well-coiled formal satisfactions of the best psychological thrillers, and the rich emotional experience of a work of art.  Co-starring John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller in an unforgettable breakout role as Tilda Swinton’s nightmarish offspring!
Dir. Lynne Ramsay, 2011, 35mm, 112 min.

Watch the trailer for “We Need To Talk About Kevin”!
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We Need To Talk About Kevin (12/12, 10:15pm)

The first film in nine years from Lynne Ramsay!
kevin_newsite4
12/12/2011 - 10:15PM

With her first two films a decade ago (Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar, two masterpieces of poetic realism and arresting cinematic beauty), Lynne Ramsay established herself as one of the most promising and pure directorial talents in the world, but it seemed for many years we would be left in constant anticipation of seeing that promise fulfilled.  Now, cineastes can finally rejoice over Ramsay’s return to the screen, and in the tradition of Von Trier’s Antichrist or Nic Refn’s Drive, we also get the bonus pleasure of seeing a favorite arthouse director bending a “genre” subject — in this case the “bad seed” evil-child thriller. Welcome to the darkest, deepest and perhaps most honest exploration of maternal relations since Medea; Tilda Swinton gives a bracing tour-de-force performance as a woman embroiled in a tragic fifteen-year battle with her son — a sociopathic boy whose ominous, ever-increasing malevolence can only be comprehended by the mom who knows him best.  Ramsey’s cinematic skill brings it both the well-oiled, well-coiled formal satisfactions of the best psychological thrillers, and the rich emotional experience of a work of art.  Co-starring John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller in an unforgettable breakout role as Tilda Swinton’s nightmarish offspring!
Dir. Lynne Ramsay, 2011, 35mm, 112 min.

Watch an excerpt from “We Need To Talk About Kevin”!
YouTube Preview Image

We Need To Talk About Kevin (12/12, 7:30pm)

The first film in nine years from Lynne Ramsay!
kevin_newsite3
12/12/2011 - 7:30PM

With her first two films a decade ago (Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar, two masterpieces of poetic realism and arresting cinematic beauty), Lynne Ramsay established herself as one of the most promising and pure directorial talents in the world, but it seemed for many years we would be left in constant anticipation of seeing that promise fulfilled.  Now, cineastes can finally rejoice over Ramsay’s return to the screen, and in the tradition of Von Trier’s Antichrist or Nic Refn’s Drive, we also get the bonus pleasure of seeing a favorite arthouse director bending a “genre” subject — in this case the “bad seed” evil-child thriller. Welcome to the darkest, deepest and perhaps most honest exploration of maternal relations since Medea; Tilda Swinton gives a bracing tour-de-force performance as a woman embroiled in a tragic fifteen-year battle with her son — a sociopathic boy whose ominous, ever-increasing malevolence can only be comprehended by the mom who knows him best.  Ramsey’s cinematic skill brings it both the well-oiled, well-coiled formal satisfactions of the best psychological thrillers, and the rich emotional experience of a work of art.  Co-starring John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller in an unforgettable breakout role as Tilda Swinton’s nightmarish offspring!
Dir. Lynne Ramsay, 2011, 35mm, 112 min.

Watch the trailer for “We Need To Talk About Kevin”!
YouTube Preview Image

We Need To Talk About Kevin (12/12, 5:00pm)

The first film in nine years from Lynne Ramsay!
kevin_newsite2
12/12/2011 - 5PM

With her first two films a decade ago (Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar, two masterpieces of poetic realism and arresting cinematic beauty), Lynne Ramsay established herself as one of the most promising and pure directorial talents in the world, but it seemed for many years we would be left in constant anticipation of seeing that promise fulfilled.  Now, cineastes can finally rejoice over Ramsay’s return to the screen, and in the tradition of Von Trier’s Antichrist or Nic Refn’s Drive, we also get the bonus pleasure of seeing a favorite arthouse director bending a “genre” subject — in this case the “bad seed” evil-child thriller. Welcome to the darkest, deepest and perhaps most honest exploration of maternal relations since Medea; Tilda Swinton gives a bracing tour-de-force performance as a woman embroiled in a tragic fifteen-year battle with her son — a sociopathic boy whose ominous, ever-increasing malevolence can only be comprehended by the mom who knows him best.  Ramsey’s cinematic skill brings it both the well-oiled, well-coiled formal satisfactions of the best psychological thrillers, and the rich emotional experience of a work of art.  Co-starring John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller in an unforgettable breakout role as Tilda Swinton’s nightmarish offspring!
Dir. Lynne Ramsay, 2011, 35mm, 112 min.

Watch an excerpt from “We Need To Talk About Kevin”!
YouTube Preview Image

We Need To Talk About Kevin (12/12, 2:30pm)

The first film in nine years from Lynne Ramsay!
kevin_newsite1
12/12/2011 - 2:30PM

With her first two films a decade ago (Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar, two masterpieces of poetic realism and arresting cinematic beauty), Lynne Ramsay established herself as one of the most promising and pure directorial talents in the world, but it seemed for many years we would be left in constant anticipation of seeing that promise fulfilled.  Now, cineastes can finally rejoice over Ramsay’s return to the screen, and in the tradition of Von Trier’s Antichrist or Nic Refn’s Drive, we also get the bonus pleasure of seeing a favorite arthouse director bending a “genre” subject — in this case the “bad seed” evil-child thriller. Welcome to the darkest, deepest and perhaps most honest exploration of maternal relations since Medea; Tilda Swinton gives a bracing tour-de-force performance as a woman embroiled in a tragic fifteen-year battle with her son — a sociopathic boy whose ominous, ever-increasing malevolence can only be comprehended by the mom who knows him best.  Ramsey’s cinematic skill brings it both the well-oiled, well-coiled formal satisfactions of the best psychological thrillers, and the rich emotional experience of a work of art.  Co-starring John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller in an unforgettable breakout role as Tilda Swinton’s nightmarish offspring!
Dir. Lynne Ramsay, 2011, 35mm, 112 min.

Watch the trailer for “We Need To Talk About Kevin”!
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We Need To Talk About Kevin (12/11, 11:59pm)

The first film in nine years from Lynne Ramsay!
kevin_newsite8
12/11/2011 - 11:59PM

With her first two films a decade ago (Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar, two masterpieces of poetic realism and arresting cinematic beauty), Lynne Ramsay established herself as one of the most promising and pure directorial talents in the world, but it seemed for many years we would be left in constant anticipation of seeing that promise fulfilled.  Now, cineastes can finally rejoice over Ramsay’s return to the screen, and in the tradition of Von Trier’s Antichrist or Nic Refn’s Drive, we also get the bonus pleasure of seeing a favorite arthouse director bending a “genre” subject — in this case the “bad seed” evil-child thriller. Welcome to the darkest, deepest and perhaps most honest exploration of maternal relations since Medea; Tilda Swinton gives a bracing tour-de-force performance as a woman embroiled in a tragic fifteen-year battle with her son — a sociopathic boy whose ominous, ever-increasing malevolence can only be comprehended by the mom who knows him best.  Ramsey’s cinematic skill brings it both the well-oiled, well-coiled formal satisfactions of the best psychological thrillers, and the rich emotional experience of a work of art.  Co-starring John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller in an unforgettable breakout role as Tilda Swinton’s nightmarish offspring!
Dir. Lynne Ramsay, 2011, 35mm, 112 min.

Watch an excerpt from “We Need To Talk About Kevin”!
YouTube Preview Image

We Need To Talk About Kevin (12/11, 9:30pm)

The first film in nine years from Lynne Ramsay!
kevin_newsite7
12/11/2011 - 9:30PM

With her first two films a decade ago (Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar, two masterpieces of poetic realism and arresting cinematic beauty), Lynne Ramsay established herself as one of the most promising and pure directorial talents in the world, but it seemed for many years we would be left in constant anticipation of seeing that promise fulfilled.  Now, cineastes can finally rejoice over Ramsay’s return to the screen, and in the tradition of Von Trier’s Antichrist or Nic Refn’s Drive, we also get the bonus pleasure of seeing a favorite arthouse director bending a “genre” subject — in this case the “bad seed” evil-child thriller. Welcome to the darkest, deepest and perhaps most honest exploration of maternal relations since Medea; Tilda Swinton gives a bracing tour-de-force performance as a woman embroiled in a tragic fifteen-year battle with her son — a sociopathic boy whose ominous, ever-increasing malevolence can only be comprehended by the mom who knows him best.  Ramsey’s cinematic skill brings it both the well-oiled, well-coiled formal satisfactions of the best psychological thrillers, and the rich emotional experience of a work of art.  Co-starring John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller in an unforgettable breakout role as Tilda Swinton’s nightmarish offspring!
Dir. Lynne Ramsay, 2011, 35mm, 112 min.

Watch the trailer for “We Need To Talk About Kevin”!
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We Need To Talk About Kevin (12/11, 6:45pm)

The first film in nine years from Lynne Ramsay!
kevin_newsite6
12/11/2011 - 6:45PM

With her first two films a decade ago (Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar, two masterpieces of poetic realism and arresting cinematic beauty), Lynne Ramsay established herself as one of the most promising and pure directorial talents in the world, but it seemed for many years we would be left in constant anticipation of seeing that promise fulfilled.  Now, cineastes can finally rejoice over Ramsay’s return to the screen, and in the tradition of Von Trier’s Antichrist or Nic Refn’s Drive, we also get the bonus pleasure of seeing a favorite arthouse director bending a “genre” subject — in this case the “bad seed” evil-child thriller. Welcome to the darkest, deepest and perhaps most honest exploration of maternal relations since Medea; Tilda Swinton gives a bracing tour-de-force performance as a woman embroiled in a tragic fifteen-year battle with her son — a sociopathic boy whose ominous, ever-increasing malevolence can only be comprehended by the mom who knows him best.  Ramsey’s cinematic skill brings it both the well-oiled, well-coiled formal satisfactions of the best psychological thrillers, and the rich emotional experience of a work of art.  Co-starring John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller in an unforgettable breakout role as Tilda Swinton’s nightmarish offspring!
Dir. Lynne Ramsay, 2011, 35mm, 112 min.

Watch an excerpt from “We Need To Talk About Kevin”!
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We Need To Talk About Kevin (12/11, 4:00pm)

The first film in nine years from Lynne Ramsay!
kevin_newsite5
12/11/2011 - 4PM

With her first two films a decade ago (Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar, two masterpieces of poetic realism and arresting cinematic beauty), Lynne Ramsay established herself as one of the most promising and pure directorial talents in the world, but it seemed for many years we would be left in constant anticipation of seeing that promise fulfilled.  Now, cineastes can finally rejoice over Ramsay’s return to the screen, and in the tradition of Von Trier’s Antichrist or Nic Refn’s Drive, we also get the bonus pleasure of seeing a favorite arthouse director bending a “genre” subject — in this case the “bad seed” evil-child thriller. Welcome to the darkest, deepest and perhaps most honest exploration of maternal relations since Medea; Tilda Swinton gives a bracing tour-de-force performance as a woman embroiled in a tragic fifteen-year battle with her son — a sociopathic boy whose ominous, ever-increasing malevolence can only be comprehended by the mom who knows him best.  Ramsey’s cinematic skill brings it both the well-oiled, well-coiled formal satisfactions of the best psychological thrillers, and the rich emotional experience of a work of art.  Co-starring John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller in an unforgettable breakout role as Tilda Swinton’s nightmarish offspring!
Dir. Lynne Ramsay, 2011, 35mm, 112 min.

Watch the trailer for “We Need To Talk About Kevin”!
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We Need To Talk About Kevin (12/11, 1:30pm)

The first film in nine years from Lynne Ramsay!
kevin_newsite4
12/11/2011 - 1:30PM

With her first two films a decade ago (Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar, two masterpieces of poetic realism and arresting cinematic beauty), Lynne Ramsay established herself as one of the most promising and pure directorial talents in the world, but it seemed for many years we would be left in constant anticipation of seeing that promise fulfilled.  Now, cineastes can finally rejoice over Ramsay’s return to the screen, and in the tradition of Von Trier’s Antichrist or Nic Refn’s Drive, we also get the bonus pleasure of seeing a favorite arthouse director bending a “genre” subject — in this case the “bad seed” evil-child thriller. Welcome to the darkest, deepest and perhaps most honest exploration of maternal relations since Medea; Tilda Swinton gives a bracing tour-de-force performance as a woman embroiled in a tragic fifteen-year battle with her son — a sociopathic boy whose ominous, ever-increasing malevolence can only be comprehended by the mom who knows him best.  Ramsey’s cinematic skill brings it both the well-oiled, well-coiled formal satisfactions of the best psychological thrillers, and the rich emotional experience of a work of art.  Co-starring John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller in an unforgettable breakout role as Tilda Swinton’s nightmarish offspring!
Dir. Lynne Ramsay, 2011, 35mm, 112 min.

Watch an excerpt from “We Need To Talk About Kevin”!
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We Need To Talk About Kevin (12/11, 11:00am)

The first film in nine years from Lynne Ramsay!
kevin_newsite3
12/11/2011 - 11AM

With her first two films a decade ago (Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar, two masterpieces of poetic realism and arresting cinematic beauty), Lynne Ramsay established herself as one of the most promising and pure directorial talents in the world, but it seemed for many years we would be left in constant anticipation of seeing that promise fulfilled.  Now, cineastes can finally rejoice over Ramsay’s return to the screen, and in the tradition of Von Trier’s Antichrist or Nic Refn’s Drive, we also get the bonus pleasure of seeing a favorite arthouse director bending a “genre” subject — in this case the “bad seed” evil-child thriller. Welcome to the darkest, deepest and perhaps most honest exploration of maternal relations since Medea; Tilda Swinton gives a bracing tour-de-force performance as a woman embroiled in a tragic fifteen-year battle with her son — a sociopathic boy whose ominous, ever-increasing malevolence can only be comprehended by the mom who knows him best.  Ramsey’s cinematic skill brings it both the well-oiled, well-coiled formal satisfactions of the best psychological thrillers, and the rich emotional experience of a work of art.  Co-starring John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller in an unforgettable breakout role as Tilda Swinton’s nightmarish offspring!
Dir. Lynne Ramsay, 2011, 35mm, 112 min.

Watch the trailer for “We Need To Talk About Kevin”!
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We Need To Talk About Kevin (12/10, 11:59pm)

The first film in nine years from Lynne Ramsay!
kevin_newsite2
12/10/2011 - 11:59PM

With her first two films a decade ago (Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar, two masterpieces of poetic realism and arresting cinematic beauty), Lynne Ramsay established herself as one of the most promising and pure directorial talents in the world, but it seemed for many years we would be left in constant anticipation of seeing that promise fulfilled.  Now, cineastes can finally rejoice over Ramsay’s return to the screen, and in the tradition of Von Trier’s Antichrist or Nic Refn’s Drive, we also get the bonus pleasure of seeing a favorite arthouse director bending a “genre” subject — in this case the “bad seed” evil-child thriller. Welcome to the darkest, deepest and perhaps most honest exploration of maternal relations since Medea; Tilda Swinton gives a bracing tour-de-force performance as a woman embroiled in a tragic fifteen-year battle with her son — a sociopathic boy whose ominous, ever-increasing malevolence can only be comprehended by the mom who knows him best.  Ramsey’s cinematic skill brings it both the well-oiled, well-coiled formal satisfactions of the best psychological thrillers, and the rich emotional experience of a work of art.  Co-starring John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller in an unforgettable breakout role as Tilda Swinton’s nightmarish offspring!
Dir. Lynne Ramsay, 2011, 35mm, 112 min.

Watch an excerpt from “We Need To Talk About Kevin”!
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We Need To Talk About Kevin (12/10, 9:30pm)

The first film in nine years from Lynne Ramsay!
kevin_newsite1
12/10/2011 - 9:30PM

With her first two films a decade ago (Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar, two masterpieces of poetic realism and arresting cinematic beauty), Lynne Ramsay established herself as one of the most promising and pure directorial talents in the world, but it seemed for many years we would be left in constant anticipation of seeing that promise fulfilled.  Now, cineastes can finally rejoice over Ramsay’s return to the screen, and in the tradition of Von Trier’s Antichrist or Nic Refn’s Drive, we also get the bonus pleasure of seeing a favorite arthouse director bending a “genre” subject — in this case the “bad seed” evil-child thriller. Welcome to the darkest, deepest and perhaps most honest exploration of maternal relations since Medea; Tilda Swinton gives a bracing tour-de-force performance as a woman embroiled in a tragic fifteen-year battle with her son — a sociopathic boy whose ominous, ever-increasing malevolence can only be comprehended by the mom who knows him best.  Ramsey’s cinematic skill brings it both the well-oiled, well-coiled formal satisfactions of the best psychological thrillers, and the rich emotional experience of a work of art.  Co-starring John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller in an unforgettable breakout role as Tilda Swinton’s nightmarish offspring!
Dir. Lynne Ramsay, 2011, 35mm, 112 min.

Watch the trailer for “We Need To Talk About Kevin”!
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We Need To Talk About Kevin (12/10, 6:45pm)

The first film in nine years from Lynne Ramsay!
kevin_newsite8
12/10/2011 - 6:45PM

With her first two films a decade ago (Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar, two masterpieces of poetic realism and arresting cinematic beauty), Lynne Ramsay established herself as one of the most promising and pure directorial talents in the world, but it seemed for many years we would be left in constant anticipation of seeing that promise fulfilled.  Now, cineastes can finally rejoice over Ramsay’s return to the screen, and in the tradition of Von Trier’s Antichrist or Nic Refn’s Drive, we also get the bonus pleasure of seeing a favorite arthouse director bending a “genre” subject — in this case the “bad seed” evil-child thriller. Welcome to the darkest, deepest and perhaps most honest exploration of maternal relations since Medea; Tilda Swinton gives a bracing tour-de-force performance as a woman embroiled in a tragic fifteen-year battle with her son — a sociopathic boy whose ominous, ever-increasing malevolence can only be comprehended by the mom who knows him best.  Ramsey’s cinematic skill brings it both the well-oiled, well-coiled formal satisfactions of the best psychological thrillers, and the rich emotional experience of a work of art.  Co-starring John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller in an unforgettable breakout role as Tilda Swinton’s nightmarish offspring!
Dir. Lynne Ramsay, 2011, 35mm, 112 min.

Watch an excerpt from “We Need To Talk About Kevin”!
YouTube Preview Image

We Need To Talk About Kevin (12/10, 4:00pm)

The first film in nine years from Lynne Ramsay!
kevin_newsite7
12/10/2011 - 4PM

With her first two films a decade ago (Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar, two masterpieces of poetic realism and arresting cinematic beauty), Lynne Ramsay established herself as one of the most promising and pure directorial talents in the world, but it seemed for many years we would be left in constant anticipation of seeing that promise fulfilled.  Now, cineastes can finally rejoice over Ramsay’s return to the screen, and in the tradition of Von Trier’s Antichrist or Nic Refn’s Drive, we also get the bonus pleasure of seeing a favorite arthouse director bending a “genre” subject — in this case the “bad seed” evil-child thriller. Welcome to the darkest, deepest and perhaps most honest exploration of maternal relations since Medea; Tilda Swinton gives a bracing tour-de-force performance as a woman embroiled in a tragic fifteen-year battle with her son — a sociopathic boy whose ominous, ever-increasing malevolence can only be comprehended by the mom who knows him best.  Ramsey’s cinematic skill brings it both the well-oiled, well-coiled formal satisfactions of the best psychological thrillers, and the rich emotional experience of a work of art.  Co-starring John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller in an unforgettable breakout role as Tilda Swinton’s nightmarish offspring!
Dir. Lynne Ramsay, 2011, 35mm, 112 min.

Watch the trailer for “We Need To Talk About Kevin”!
YouTube Preview Image

We Need To Talk About Kevin (12/10, 1:30pm)

The first film in nine years from Lynne Ramsay!
kevin_newsite6
12/10/2011 - 1:30PM

With her first two films a decade ago (Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar, two masterpieces of poetic realism and arresting cinematic beauty), Lynne Ramsay established herself as one of the most promising and pure directorial talents in the world, but it seemed for many years we would be left in constant anticipation of seeing that promise fulfilled.  Now, cineastes can finally rejoice over Ramsay’s return to the screen, and in the tradition of Von Trier’s Antichrist or Nic Refn’s Drive, we also get the bonus pleasure of seeing a favorite arthouse director bending a “genre” subject — in this case the “bad seed” evil-child thriller. Welcome to the darkest, deepest and perhaps most honest exploration of maternal relations since Medea; Tilda Swinton gives a bracing tour-de-force performance as a woman embroiled in a tragic fifteen-year battle with her son — a sociopathic boy whose ominous, ever-increasing malevolence can only be comprehended by the mom who knows him best.  Ramsey’s cinematic skill brings it both the well-oiled, well-coiled formal satisfactions of the best psychological thrillers, and the rich emotional experience of a work of art.  Co-starring John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller in an unforgettable breakout role as Tilda Swinton’s nightmarish offspring!
Dir. Lynne Ramsay, 2011, 35mm, 112 min.

Watch an excerpt from “We Need To Talk About Kevin”!
YouTube Preview Image

We Need To Talk About Kevin (12/10, 11:00am)

The first film in nine years from Lynne Ramsay!
kevin_newsite5
12/10/2011 - 11AM

With her first two films a decade ago (Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar, two masterpieces of poetic realism and arresting cinematic beauty), Lynne Ramsay established herself as one of the most promising and pure directorial talents in the world, but it seemed for many years we would be left in constant anticipation of seeing that promise fulfilled.  Now, cineastes can finally rejoice over Ramsay’s return to the screen, and in the tradition of Von Trier’s Antichrist or Nic Refn’s Drive, we also get the bonus pleasure of seeing a favorite arthouse director bending a “genre” subject — in this case the “bad seed” evil-child thriller. Welcome to the darkest, deepest and perhaps most honest exploration of maternal relations since Medea; Tilda Swinton gives a bracing tour-de-force performance as a woman embroiled in a tragic fifteen-year battle with her son — a sociopathic boy whose ominous, ever-increasing malevolence can only be comprehended by the mom who knows him best.  Ramsey’s cinematic skill brings it both the well-oiled, well-coiled formal satisfactions of the best psychological thrillers, and the rich emotional experience of a work of art.  Co-starring John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller in an unforgettable breakout role as Tilda Swinton’s nightmarish offspring!
Dir. Lynne Ramsay, 2011, 35mm, 112 min.

Watch the trailer for “We Need To Talk About Kevin”!
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We Need To Talk About Kevin (12/09, 10:15pm)

The first film in nine years from Lynne Ramsay!
kevin_newsite4
12/9/2011 - 10:15PM

With her first two films a decade ago (Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar, two masterpieces of poetic realism and arresting cinematic beauty), Lynne Ramsay established herself as one of the most promising and pure directorial talents in the world, but it seemed for many years we would be left in constant anticipation of seeing that promise fulfilled.  Now, cineastes can finally rejoice over Ramsay’s return to the screen, and in the tradition of Von Trier’s Antichrist or Nic Refn’s Drive, we also get the bonus pleasure of seeing a favorite arthouse director bending a “genre” subject — in this case the “bad seed” evil-child thriller. Welcome to the darkest, deepest and perhaps most honest exploration of maternal relations since Medea; Tilda Swinton gives a bracing tour-de-force performance as a woman embroiled in a tragic fifteen-year battle with her son — a sociopathic boy whose ominous, ever-increasing malevolence can only be comprehended by the mom who knows him best.  Ramsey’s cinematic skill brings it both the well-oiled, well-coiled formal satisfactions of the best psychological thrillers, and the rich emotional experience of a work of art.  Co-starring John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller in an unforgettable breakout role as Tilda Swinton’s nightmarish offspring!
Dir. Lynne Ramsay, 2011, 35mm, 112 min.

Watch an excerpt from “We Need To Talk About Kevin”!
YouTube Preview Image

We Need To Talk About Kevin (12/09, 7:30pm)

The first film in nine years from Lynne Ramsay!
kevin_newsite3
12/9/2011 - 7:30PM

With her first two films a decade ago (Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar, two masterpieces of poetic realism and arresting cinematic beauty), Lynne Ramsay established herself as one of the most promising and pure directorial talents in the world, but it seemed for many years we would be left in constant anticipation of seeing that promise fulfilled.  Now, cineastes can finally rejoice over Ramsay’s return to the screen, and in the tradition of Von Trier’s Antichrist or Nic Refn’s Drive, we also get the bonus pleasure of seeing a favorite arthouse director bending a “genre” subject — in this case the “bad seed” evil-child thriller. Welcome to the darkest, deepest and perhaps most honest exploration of maternal relations since Medea; Tilda Swinton gives a bracing tour-de-force performance as a woman embroiled in a tragic fifteen-year battle with her son — a sociopathic boy whose ominous, ever-increasing malevolence can only be comprehended by the mom who knows him best.  Ramsey’s cinematic skill brings it both the well-oiled, well-coiled formal satisfactions of the best psychological thrillers, and the rich emotional experience of a work of art.  Co-starring John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller in an unforgettable breakout role as Tilda Swinton’s nightmarish offspring!
Dir. Lynne Ramsay, 2011, 35mm, 112 min.

Watch the trailer for “We Need To Talk About Kevin”!
YouTube Preview Image

We Need To Talk About Kevin (12/09, 5:00pm)

The first film in nine years from Lynne Ramsay!
kevin_newsite2
12/9/2011 - 5PM

With her first two films a decade ago (Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar, two masterpieces of poetic realism and arresting cinematic beauty), Lynne Ramsay established herself as one of the most promising and pure directorial talents in the world, but it seemed for many years we would be left in constant anticipation of seeing that promise fulfilled.  Now, cineastes can finally rejoice over Ramsay’s return to the screen, and in the tradition of Von Trier’s Antichrist or Nic Refn’s Drive, we also get the bonus pleasure of seeing a favorite arthouse director bending a “genre” subject — in this case the “bad seed” evil-child thriller. Welcome to the darkest, deepest and perhaps most honest exploration of maternal relations since Medea; Tilda Swinton gives a bracing tour-de-force performance as a woman embroiled in a tragic fifteen-year battle with her son — a sociopathic boy whose ominous, ever-increasing malevolence can only be comprehended by the mom who knows him best.  Ramsey’s cinematic skill brings it both the well-oiled, well-coiled formal satisfactions of the best psychological thrillers, and the rich emotional experience of a work of art.  Co-starring John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller in an unforgettable breakout role as Tilda Swinton’s nightmarish offspring!
Dir. Lynne Ramsay, 2011, 35mm, 112 min.

Watch an excerpt from “We Need To Talk About Kevin”!
YouTube Preview Image

We Need To Talk About Kevin (12/09, 2:30pm)

The first film in nine years from Lynne Ramsay!
kevin_newsite1
12/9/2011 - 2:30PM

With her first two films a decade ago (Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar, two masterpieces of poetic realism and arresting cinematic beauty), Lynne Ramsay established herself as one of the most promising and pure directorial talents in the world, but it seemed for many years we would be left in constant anticipation of seeing that promise fulfilled.  Now, cineastes can finally rejoice over Ramsay’s return to the screen, and in the tradition of Von Trier’s Antichrist or Nic Refn’s Drive, we also get the bonus pleasure of seeing a favorite arthouse director bending a “genre” subject — in this case the “bad seed” evil-child thriller. Welcome to the darkest, deepest and perhaps most honest exploration of maternal relations since Medea; Tilda Swinton gives a bracing tour-de-force performance as a woman embroiled in a tragic fifteen-year battle with her son — a sociopathic boy whose ominous, ever-increasing malevolence can only be comprehended by the mom who knows him best.  Ramsey’s cinematic skill brings it both the well-oiled, well-coiled formal satisfactions of the best psychological thrillers, and the rich emotional experience of a work of art.  Co-starring John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller in an unforgettable breakout role as Tilda Swinton’s nightmarish offspring!
Dir. Lynne Ramsay, 2011, 35mm, 112 min.

Watch the trailer for “We Need To Talk About Kevin”!
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