Sunrise Shows French Thriller
The French thriller, "Tell No One," begins its three-day run at the Sunrise Theater Tuesday, Nov. 18, at 7:30 p.m. Named a Critics Pick by the film reviewers at The New York Times, the film is directed by Guillaume Canet and is based on a best-seller by Harlan Coben. It plays through Thursday.
The story begins with the mysterious death of a doctor's beloved wife. The doctor, Alex Beck (Francois Cluzet), is injured during the event and spends three days in a coma. Eight years later two bodies are discovered near the murder site. Also found is a key to a safe-deposit box containing incriminating photographs and a bloodstained weapon. These new discoveries connect the doctor to his wife Margot's (Marie-Josee Croze) death. The plot begins to twist and turn, involving an array of characters. These encompass a wide swath of Parisian society, including a nice turn by Kristin Scott Thomas as the wealthy Helene.
Note that "Tell No One" will be shown only on Tuesday, Nov. 18, through Thursday, Nov. 20, at 7:30 p.m. The film is not rated and runs 2 hours and 5 minutes. This film has English subtitles.
The historical Sunrise Theater is nonprofit. It is located at 250 NW Broad Street and ticket prices are $7 for adults, $6 for matinees, and $5 for children less than 12. Sparkling water, beer, wine, sodas, candy and nuts, and popcorn with real butter are available. Movies at the Sunrise are commercial -ree.
Contact the theater at (910) 692-3611 or www.sunrise
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