Movie night at Il Caffé, a charming Italian restaurant on a pedestrian road behind the Peón Contreras theater. Have dinner on your own at 6 to enjoy a free movie, aimed at English-speaking audiences, at 7.
Tonight’s offering is called “The Goddess of 1967,” a road movie made in 2000, throwing together a Japanese businessman who travels to Australia to buy a 1967 Citroen, and a troubled blind teenager who promises to sell it to him only if he agrees to kill her abusive grandfather. Directed by Clara Law, with four wins and three nominations at international film festivals, including Chicago with a Silver Hugo for best director.
Previously on Wednesdays, the weekly event is now on a Tuesday schedule.
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