Out 1: Spectre
Dir: Jacques Rivette
France, 1972, French, 253min, DCP
Cast: Jean-Pierre Léaud, Juliet Berto, Hermine Karagheuz
Rivette’s legendary thirteen-hour film serial Out 1: Noli Me Tangere was relatively swiftly composed from over thirty hours of footage; his shortened version, Out 1: Spectre, took almost a year to edit. While the overall premise still revolves around an ensemble of characters spurred into play by a complicit conspiracy – some characters are involved in theatre, some are playing versions of others in offstage life, and others are part of a secret group whose alleged dangerous existence is hinted via its cryptic messages – Rivette arguably pushed the boundaries of truth even further in Spectre , subverting narrative conventions with challenging pairings, invented/imagined outcomes, and meandering pathways most akin to the most rewarding manifestations of, as film critic Jonathan Rosenbaum relates it to, free jazz.
Package Discount: 30% discount to each purchase of standard tickets of both Out 1: Spectre and La Belle
The Labyrinth of Mystery – Jacques Rivette
- Hong Kong Arts Centre Cinema (Venue)
- HK Science Museum Lecture Hall (Venue)
- Hong Kong Film Archive (Venue)
- The Grand Cinema (Venue)
- The Metroplex (Venue)
- Festival Grand Cinema (Venue)
- the sky (Venue)
- Broadway Hollywood (Venue)
- UA Cine Moko (Venue)
- MCL Telford Cinema (Venue)
- Grand Windsor Cinema (Venue)
- Chinese Subtitles
- Category III
- Post-screening discussion with the director
- Director and/or actor(s) will meet the audience
- Post-screening talk
- Full House
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