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The Immigrant
The Immigrant
Dir: James Gray Starring: Marion Cotillard, Joaquin Phoenix, Jeremy Renner 120mins DCP
Fri & Sat 5:00 & 7:15
Sun - Thurs 7:30 only

Ewa (Cotillard) immigrates to New York with her sister in 1921, only for her sister to be put in quarantine for tuberculosis and Ewa to be taken in by Bruno (Phoenix), who bribes the guards into letting Ewa enter the country. Unfortunately for Ewa, it means she is now in Bruno's debt. Whereas many films on the subject may sugarcoat the way immigrants were treated, Gray never does. He may never show it, but it is evident that Ewa is forced to pay off her debt to Bruno as a dancer and a prostitute.

Ewa refuses to be defeated by the turn her life has taken. Her dignity and honor are more noticeable as the film continues, as is the fact that Bruno has fallen for her. Ewa is not as enchanted with him as he is with her (gosh, wonder why), and Bruno gets even more upset when his illusionist cousin Emil (Renner) comes to town and also takes a liking to Ewa. Charming and light, Emil offers Ewa hope for the future. All Ewa really wants, though, is to save her sister. Will Bruno help her? Will Emil? Or will Ewa manage to achieve her dream on her own?

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1045 E Fairview Ave
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The Capri Community Film Society, Inc is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. The CCFS operates The Capri Theatre, Montgomery's only independent cinema.

The Capri Theatre was built in 1941 as The Clover and was Montgomery's first neighborhood theatre. It was remodeled and renamed The Capri in December 1962.

The Capri Theatre has been operated by the CCFS since 1983.

The CCFS is supported through tax-deductible donations and memberships.


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