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CINEMATHEQUE AT HOME

Safe at Home: Tito

Fri, Feb 12 / 9 pm
Free to view!
Directed by Grace Glowicki
2019, Canada, 70 min

Followed by a pre-recorded Q&A with director, screenwriter & lead actor Grace Glowicki!

Tito is trapped. With long black hair, greasy sideburns, and an emergency whistle dangling from his neck, he is so stricken with fear that he’s developed a hunch in his back. Any attempt to venture into the outside world is met with the threat of elusive predators who hunt him relentlessly. Starved for food and security, Tito’s terrorized existence threatens to overwhelm him – until the sudden arrival of a cheerful intruder, offering breakfast and protection.


This free program is presented with the support of the Province of Manitoba’s Safe at Home program. Visit safeathomemb.ca for a list of other programs available for free.

Reviews

Tito is an instant classic of acting.
- Richard Brody, The New York Times
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