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Two Plains & A Fancy (Lev Kalman & Whitney Horn, 2018)

Friday, March 8, 2019 at 7:30 PM

$5 - $10
Public tickets not available

Friday, March 8 - March 14

Two Plains & A Fancy (Lev Kalman & Whitney Horn, 2018)

124 S 3rd St, Brooklyn, NY 11249, USA

$5 - $10
Public tickets not available
TWO PLAINS & A FANCY
dir. Lev Kalman & Whitney Horn, 2018
89 mins. United States.

NYC PREMIERE THEATRICAL RUN!

FRIDAY, MARCH 8 – 7:30 w/filmmakers in person for Q&A!
SATURDAY MARCH 9 – 7:30 w/filmmakers in person for Q&A!
SUNDAY MARCH 10 – 3 PM w/filmmakers in person for Q&A!
(These events are $10.)

MONDAY MARCH 11 – 7:30 PM
TUESDAY MARCH 12 – 10 PM
WEDNESDAY MARCH 13 – 7:30 PM
THURSDAY MARCH 14 – 10 PM

Made with the assurance of a wide-canvas Western while embracing the braindead intellectualism that’s fundamental to (and the target of) their prior works, TWO PLAINS AND A FANCY is Lev & Whitney’s most ambitious film to date – a brain-melting “spa western” that’s equal parts travelogue of turn-of-the-20th-century Colorado and meandering interrogation of Deep Time and the American mythos.

“The most imaginative and visionary recent addition to the [Western] genre.” – Richard Brody, The New Yorker

“Imagine Alex Cox’s anachronism-prone political oater WALKER B as a half-sickly, half-soothing cinematic soporific, or a karaoke cover of Jim Jarmusch’s DEAD MAN that becomes, over time, its own beguiling composition… TWO PLAINS & A FANCY is a cosmic joke forged on a Kickstarter budget.” – Keith Uhlich, The Hollywood Reporter

“Forgoing sepia-tint past-tense pastiche in favor of Super 16mm richer than any filter, the film embodies a past that hardly seems stable. The tone is its most anachronistic element—the sense of humor is an alchemy of laid-back hipster-hangout banter and what Kalman describes as the ‘aggressive absurdism’ of the David Wain school of meta-comedy.” – Mark Asch, Film Comment

“No verbal or written description can do justice to TWO PLAINS & A FANCY’S best moments, which seamlessly render the absurd and sublime one and the same. One scene, which bears witness to a pair of ghosts descending upon an empty whorehouse, lumps cinema with mass hypnosis, playing the film’s unabashedly low-budget artifice for metaphysical sex comedy, complete with the unforgettable image of wax candles, obviously puppeteered by hand, dry-humping each other on a webby windowsill.” – Daryl Jade Williams, Slant

“[A] gorgeous, laugh-out-loud psychedelic Western.” – Dana Reinoos, Screen Slate
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