(Dimitri Kirsanoff, 1934). One of the most poetic European films of the 1930s, Rapt is based on a novel by the noted Swiss writer Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz about the ethnic and religious tensions that divide the peasant inhabitants of two neighboring mountain villages. The moody musical score by Arthur Honegger is first-rate.
Sun., March 8, 7:30 p.m., 2009
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