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Alice T.

June 1 at 2:00
East Building Auditorium

Directed by Radu Muntean from a script by Muntean, Răzvan Rădulescu, and Alexandru Baciu, Alice T. is both a drama of family dysfunction and a dazzling coming-of-age tale centered on a rebellious teenage heroine played with narcissistic flair by first-time actress Andra Guţi. While the core of the story centers on a relationship between Alice, her adoptive mother Bogdana, and Alice’s unborn baby, in the end what emerges is a subtle study of a young person’s troubled attempts to negotiate a perplexing adult society. “The finale comes as a fait accompli leaving Alice just as bewildered and lost as she must have felt back in the orphanage, and even less sure of herself than she was at the start. This is a drama that will make your blood boil” — Meredith Taylor. (Radu Muntean, 2018, subtitles, 105 minutes)

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The National Gallery of Art’s film program provides many opportunities throughout the year to view classic and contemporary cinema from around the world.

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