Déjà Vu: Film & Theater Matinées

Saturday, May 2 at 1:30 p.m.

54 W Chicago Avenue

We are sorry but this screening has been cancelled, thank you for your understanding.


Intouchables by Olivier Nakache and Eric Toledano (France, 2011, 112 min.)

In French with English subtitles.

Intouchables is the feel-good movie à la Française that brings together sharp humor and underlying sweetness.

Set in Paris, the story focuses on a mismatched friendship between a wealthy quadriplegic and his ex-con carer – brilliantly played by François Cluzet and Omar Sy. Each character has his own disadvantage – one, physical, following a paragliding accident, the other socioeconomic. Both men will learn something from each other and gain a new outlook on life through their unlikely friendship.

Laughter guaranteed with this massive French hit!

”Believe the hype – this irreverent take on disability is charming and uplifting”- The Guardian

Déjà Vu: Film & Theater Matinées

Classic films and great theater performances on Saturday afternoons – what’s not to love?

Amélie, The Artist, Intouchable… You’ve already seen these French classics, but you loved them so much you want to see them again and share them with your family and friends – here’s your chance!

La Comédie Francaise is the best theater ensemble in the world. Enjoy Lucrezia Borgia by Victor Hugo and Britannicus by Racine – on film, as if you were in Salle Richelieu. On vous attend!


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Twelve-hour parking $9 at a nearby location with validation available at our front desk. All the information here.  


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