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Movie Pick: Fugitive Pieces

by rania
May 2, 2008 7:39 AM
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Jakob (Robbie Kay) is adopted by Greek archeologist, Athos (Rade Sherbedgia)


Jeremy Podeswa's ambitious film is an emotional journey that shifts in decades, countries and languages. I found the film fascinating and moving.

This weekend, the film opens in the LA and NY metropolitan areas. A spokesperson for the film sent me a listing of theaters for the first 3 weekends.

May 2nd
LOS ANGELES
Royal (Los Angeles, CA)
Town Center 5 (Encino, CA)
Playhouse 7 Cinemas (Pasadena, CA)
Lido Cinema (Newport Beach, CA)
Cinemas Palme D’Or (Palm Desert, CA)

NEW YORK
Lincoln Plaza (New York, NY)
Kew Gardens Cinema (Kew Gardens, NY)
Roslyn Cinemas (Roslyn Hights, NY)
Malverne Cinema (Malverne, NY)
Cinema 100 Twin (White Plains, NY)
Clairidge Cinemas (Montclair, NJ)


May 9th
BOSTON
West Newton Cinema 6 (W. Newton, MA)
Harvard Square 1-5 (Cambridge, MA)

MIAMI
South Beach 18 (North Miami, FL)
Dreier Theatres-Sunrise Cinema (Miami Beach, FL)
BMC PGA Cinema 6 (Palm Beach Gardens, FL)
Shadowood 16 (Boca Raton, FL)
Mizner Park 8 Theatres (Boca Raton, FL)

PHOENIX
Camelview 5 Theatre (Scottsdale, AZ)


May 16th
PHILADELPHIA
Ritz 5 Movies (Philadelphia, PA)

SAN FRANCISCO
Kabuki 8 (San Francisco, CA)
Nickelodeon Theatres (Santa Cruz, CA)

ST LOUIS
Plaza Frontenac Cinema (Frontenac, MO)

WASHINGTON DC
Avalon 2 (Washington DC)
E Street Cinema (Washington DC)
Shirlington 7 (Arlington, VA)

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