Going Places

1974, France, 118m, DCP

Showtimes & Tickets

Screened August 5–14, 2022

In this controversial and notorious buddy film, director Bertrand Blier (Get Out Your Handkerchiefs) created what critic Pauline Kael described as “an explosively funny erotic farce – both a celebration and a satire of men’s daydreams.” Gerard Depardieu (in the role that would make him an international star) and Patrick Dewaere portray Jean-Claude and Pierrot, two amoral drifters who travel the French countryside committing petty crimes and harassing the women they encounter, including Miou-Miou, Jeanne Moreau, and, in an early role, Isabelle Huppert. Graced with a justly famous score by Stéphane Grappelli, Going Places remains as shocking and outrageous today as it did upon its initial release. A Cohen Film Collection release

In French with English subtitles

Enjoy half-off your first drink at the Quad Bar before or after a screening of Going Places (for Going Places ticket holders only).

A film by Bertrand Blier

An Explosively Funny Erotic Farce… A Revolutionary Film… Gleefully Anarchic.”

Pauline Kael, The New Yorker