Pick for 1.19.12 – “Last Summer”

The trained bird was very special, I felt her spirit. But we had to reshoot the scene over and over. I knew she was exhausted, and I told Frank [Perry] that I couldn’t throw her again; and he told me on the last throw she had broken her neck. At that moment I felt her soul enter me. I didn’t tell anybody for a long time. I just realized, finally, that the only honest, moral thing would be to change my name.

-Barbara Hershey

The American Cinematheque Presents LAST SUMMER
Rating: R | Runtime: 95 Minutes | Year: 1969 | Trailer: Summer (Clip)

Thursday, January 19th, 2012 | 7:30 PM
Discussion following with Barbara Hershey, moderated by Larry Karaszewski.

This screening is free admission for all American Cinematheque Members – one or two tickets depending on Membership level. Free Member tickets available night of show only.

Bruce Davison will not be able to attend as previously announced. Print courtesy of the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia.

Egyptian Theatre
6712 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90028
Parking Tips: Parking Lots, Street


Adult: $11.00 + $1.25 Surcharge (Online) | KCRW: $10.00 + $1.25 Surcharge (Online) | Student: $9.00 + $1.25 Surcharge (Online) | Senior: $9.00 + $1.25 Surcharge (Online) (65 & Greater) | Cinematheque Member: $7.00 + $1.25 Surcharge (Online) / Members Call (323) 692-3431 to Avoid Fees


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