1967 / 92 min. / NR
Director: John Boorman
Cast: Lee Marvin, Angie Dickinson, Keenan Wynn

Retropath: POINT BLANK (1967)

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“John Boorman’s fabulous, fractured 1967 thriller is a key link between vintage noir and the great paranoid conspiracy films of the 1970s. Lee Marvin gives a slam-bang performance as Walker, a hard-nosed hoodlum double-crossed by his confederates after a daring heist: he’s shot point-blank and left for dead. Walker survives the assault (or does he?) and sets out to exact revenge. Boorman’s expressive, rhythmic film, informed by the European experiments of Resnais and Godard, and subverting linear time with its complex flashbacks and flashforwards, is both a terrific (and terrifically violent) thriller and, perhaps, a dazzling, dreamy evocation of consciousness. Scorsese and Schrader were admirers; Soderbergh’s The Limey, Nolan’s Memento, and Fincher’s Zodiac are all in its debt.” – Alamo Drafthouse

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We have 5 accessible sections in our theatre in which you can reserve a head of time by calling! 416-466-4400 ext 0. One of our accessible seating areas has space for two mobility devices and a small section behind for the party to join. The other three are for single mobile devices with 2-3 seats beside it.
Please note that we do not have accessible washrooms. All of our washrooms are upstairs.

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