(Carl Theodore Dreyer). Carl Theodore Dreyer’s 1928 feature is the one of the culminating masterpieces of European silent cinema. Shot almost entirely in close-up, the movie is ecstatically claustrophobic.
Fri., March 13, 6:50 & 9:15 p.m., 2009
After Harvey Milk was assassinated in San Francisco, the Voice’s Arthur Bell looked at homophobia in New York City: ‘The gay-rights bill should be a matter of common decency, not one of political maneuverings — from either side’