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Aurora Gorealis: Dead Ringers

Fri, Oct 11 / 9 pm
Sun, Oct 20 / 7 pm
Wed, Oct 23 / 9 pm
Directed by David Cronenberg
1988, Canada, 115 min, 4K Restoration

October 23rd screening featuring an introduction and post-screening discussion with Bikini Drive-In: a weekly radio show hosted by Olivia Norquay and Gwen Trutnau which analyses horror and sci-fi films through an intersectional feminist lens. Listen every Sunday at 4:30 pm on CKUW 95.9 FM.

In one of David Cronenberg’s best and most disturbing films, the lives of identical twin gynecologists (each played by Jeremy Irons) are disrupted when a beautiful woman (Bujold) enters their lives, throwing their relationship out of balance. Kinky, bloody, and all around gruesome, Dead Ringers is a complex relationship story, an intense psychological drama and a masterpiece of body-horror that puts a deadly spin on hopeless love and loss.

Plays with Jenny Johnson / Directed by Erica Eyres, 2006, Canada, 5 min / The story of a girl whose only desire is to have her ears pierced just like her nemesis, Jenny Johnson.

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