Location: Redstone Theater
Dir. Antonio Campos. 2016, 115 mins. DCP. With Rebecca Hall, Michael C. Hall, Tracey Letts. “If it bleeds, it leads.” It is this sentiment that Christine Chubbuck, a Sarasota, Florida news reporter, evoked when she committed suicide on live television on July 15, 1974. This richly nuanced and absorbing character study features a mesmerizing and richly textured performance by Rebecca Hall, who brings equal parts intensity and mystery to the role. “By turns coolly observed and disquietingly compassionate—qualities that also describe Rebecca Hall’s brilliant central performance,” wrote Justin Chang in The Los Angeles Times.
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