John Cassavetes, 1968

with an introduction by Sam Yang

"John Cassavetes' 'Faces' is the sort of film that makes you want to grab people by the neck and drag them into the theater and shout: 'Here!'"

a stunning entry into everybody's favourite genre of "middle-class white Americans shouting at each other about marital issues and much more," Cassavetes' Faces carries a loud bang. Sounds of clashing sensibilities, and of the teardown of foundational values of late 60s America. 

16.30  thursday, 9 february @ buzzhouse