Dave Kehr, author of the new book, "When Movies Mattered: Reviews from a Transformative Decade," picks out five movies to be screened at BAM.
Monday, September 26: 10. 6:50, 9:15pm. A romantic comedy about a midlife crisis. The 6:50pm show includes free beer from Brooklyn Brewery after the show at the Dorothy W. Levitt Lobby of the Peter Jay Sharp Building.
Tuesday, September 27: Francisca. 7pm. Directed by Manoel de Oliveira, the story of a wealthy but bored man.
Wednesday, September 28: Family Plot. 6:50, 9:30pm. Alfred Hitchcock's final film about two couples who almost don't meet, but are brought together by chance circumstances in the final frame.
Monday, September 19. "The Human Factor." 6:50 p.m. showing followed by a Q&A with Kehr.
Tuesday, September 20. Story of the Last Chrysanthemums