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Monday, November 07, 2011
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Clockwise from top left: Political Subversities, ReadNex Poetry Squad, Aids Wolf, The Sons of Joao, the Admirable New Baiano World

    Wed, Nov 9
  • Daytime: The Perfectly Imperfect Home: Essential elements for Decorating and Living with Deborah Needleman
  • Theater: Story Pirates After Dark: Story Pirates don’t dress as pirates or make anybody walk the plank, but they do steal: they take their inspiration from kids themselves, creating an entire show adapted from stories penned by authors under the age of 12.
  • Film: Made In India: A feature-length documentary film about the human experiences behind the phenomena of “outsourcing” surrogate mothers to India. Both filmmakers will be in attendance to discuss issues of sex, sexism and colonial legacy.
    Sat, Nov 12
  • Film: Love Letters: Not available on DVD and out of print for many years, this is one of Jennifer Jones’ best performances and one of her least-seen films.
  • Film: Bell Book and Candle: The same year Vertigo was released, Kim Novak and Jimmy Stewart also made this Greenwich Village beatnik-witches love story that is a cult favorite of fans of great design, the underrated Richard Quine and sexy witches.
  • Music: ReadNex Poetry Squad with Special Guests: progressive hip-hop with a conscience
    Sun, Nov 13
  • Family: BYOK: Brady Rymer and the Little Band that Could
  • Film: Naomi. Ilan Ben Natan, a 58-year-old astrophysics professor, is obsessively in love with his young wife, Naomi. When Ilan discovers that his deepest fears have come true—Naomi has a lover—he is unable to control himself. He confronts the lover and commits a horrible act, the consequences of which weigh heavily on his conscience.
  • Daytime: Eat, Drink & Think Like...Beethoven Read more on the 92Y Blog.
  • Film: The Lie. Based on the story by T.C. Boyle, The Lie is the story of young parents Lonnie (Joshua Leonard) and Clover (Jess Weixler). With director/actor Joshua Leonard in person for post-screening Q&A.

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