1977, 115m, DCP, West Germany

Showtimes & Tickets

Screened May 19–28, 2017

Part of the program

With nothing left in Berlin, alcoholic ex-con busker Bruno S. takes his prostitute girlfriend and decrepit neighbor and emigrates to a wintry post-Bicentennial Wisconsin. “One of the oddest films ever made” per Roger Ebert, Herzog’s riotous picaresque offers unforgettable images—that dancing chicken!— and a truly haunting snapshot of the American Dream deferred.

In German, English, and Turkish with English subtitles

May 21 – Screens with a 4K restoration of Charles Chaplin’s The Immigrant (1917, 30 min), celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2017

A film by Werner Herzog