The Trylon Microcinema
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The Trylon opens its doors for premieres of a newer variety, showcasing international and national films that would otherwise pass Minneapolis by. Missed masterpieces, cult cravings, and under-the-radar gems, Trylon Premieres bring something original and fresh to the Twin Cities. Mondays & Tuesdays in September at the Trylon

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MANUSCRIPTS DON’T BURN

The Trylon microcinema

Mon Sep 08 7:00 9:15
Tue Sep 09 7:00 9:15

(2013, HD, 125m) dir Mohammad Rasoulof. As political as any film to ever come out of Iran, this daring thriller is based on the true stories of intellectuals and writers murdered in the ‘90s. Rasoulof draws from his own persecution as a filmmaker to craft a searing drama that lashes out against the state sponsored oppression and torture, both then and now.

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TEST

The Trylon microcinema

Mon Sep 15 7:00 9:00
Tue Sep 16 7:00 9:00

(2013, HD, 89m) dir Chris Mason Johnson. Set in San Francisco in 1985, Test is a portrait of Frankie, a shy young dancer caught in the anxiety and fear of the AIDS crisis. A sensitive study that captures the tense atmosphere in which the HIV test became available and men were faced with knowing, but not being able to change their fate.

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IN BLOOM

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Mon Sep 22 7:00 9:00
Tue Sep 23 7:00 9:00

(2013, HD, 102 m) dir Nana Ekvtimishvili, Simon Gross. A moving portrait of female adolescence in post-Soviet Georgia, In Bloom is a low-key snapshot of a certain time and place rife with the potential for violence. Two young girls, best friends Eka and Natia, attempt to defy the repressive forces that surround them.

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NORTE, THE END OF HISTORY

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Mon Sep 29 7:00
Tue Sep 30 7:00

(2013, HD, 250m) dir Lav Diaz. In a sprawling and epic adaptation of Crime and Punishment set in contemporary Philippines, director Diaz examines profound moral questions that continue to plague humanity. The fates of Fabian, a smug intellectual, and Joaquin, a destitute father, clash and reverberate with unknown consequences.
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