‘UNMADE BEDS’ Screening / Q&A w/ director Amos Poe

Saturday, May 11, 7pm

Tickets: $10 TSL Members, $12.50 General
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Time & Space Limited
434 Columbia St
Hudson, NY 12534

Unmade Beds is a 1976 American independent film directed by Amos Poe and starring Duncan Hannah, Eric Mitchell, Patti Astor, and Debbie Harry. The film tells the story of Rico, a man who lives in New York in 1976 but who lives his own life in Paris during the time of the ‘New Wave’. He is a photographer who thinks he’s a gangster, a loner, and an outsider. He uses his camera like a gun, loading it with bullets of film. He’s constantly on the look for a reality to fulfill his fantasy, and as long as he has that energy, he lives. Of course, he’s also a romantic, and this is his downfall, because he believes all photographers to be liars. When Rico falls in love, the delicate balance of the world he has made for himself is disrupted. The film was shot guerrilla style on the streets of New York City on a shoestring budget with a small cast and crew. It was heavily influenced by the films of the French New Wave, particularly Breathless.

1976. 1h17m.


May 11 2024


7:00 pm
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