Eyes Wide Shut (1999) | Stanley Kubrick

Friday, November 15, 2019 - 7:00pm
the well heeled cavort at a holiday party, perhaps making sinister plans

Eyes Wide Shut
(Stanley Kubrick, 1999, 159 min, UK/USA, Color, DCP)

Then-couple Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman star as a New York doctor and art dealer whose stoned admissions of erotic longings throw their marriage into doubt - and lead Cruise to the center of a shadowy sex cult populated by a corrupt and decadent social elite. Twenty years on, Kubrick’s final masterpiece is timelier than ever.

"A spellbinder: provocatively conceived, gorgeously shot and masterfully executed." -- Michael Wilmington, Chicago Tribune

"Baffling critics and audiences in 1999, Eyes Wide Shut has become a defining movie of the Jeffrey Epstein era." -- Andrew Whalen, Newsweek

Sponsored by the Program in the Arts of the Moving Image (AMI).

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