Often celebrated as one of Rohmer’s most insightful and compassionate films, Summer takes a sudden change of plans as the starting point for a richly realized portrait. Delphine, listless and melancholy after a vacation falls through, drifts from city to city, eager to embrace a transformative moment that may never arrive. Winner of the Golden Lion at the 1986 Venice Film Festival



PROVIDENCE - November 7 at 6:30pm - Brown University-Music Room, Rochambeau House (Free & open to the public)