- Thursday, July 31, 2008
Date + TimeThursday, July 31, 2008
LocationPhyllis Wattis Theater
OverviewLuis Buñuel, 1959, 94 min.
Buñuel's film is a study of religious idealism and harsh social realities at the end of the 19th century. Father Nazarín is a priest who lives in a Mexico City slum. His neighbors steal from him and take advantage of his literal reading of Jesus's teachings. After he shelters a prostitute injured in a fight, Nazarín is disavowed by the Catholic hierarchy and driven from his home, accompanied by two prostitutes who believe he is the new Christ.
Admission + Ticketing
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