Thursday, January 18, 2018

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Film Show Times
  • Tues-Sat 6:30PM & 9PM
  • Sun 5PM & 7:30PM
  • Matinee: Sun 2:30PM, Wed/Thu/Sat 4PM & Sat 11AM
  • 206 5th Avenue SE
  • Olympia, WA 98501
  • map | 360.754.6670
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Thelma, a shy young student, has just left her religious family in a small town on the west coast of Norway to study at a university in Oslo. While at the library one day, she experiences a violent, unexpected seizure. Soon after, she finds herself intensely drawn toward Anja, a beautiful young student who reciprocates Thelma’s powerful attraction. As the semester continues, Thelma becomes increasingly overwhelmed by her intense feelings for Anja – feelings she doesn’t dare acknowledge, even to herself – while at the same time experiencing even more extreme seizures. As it becomes clearer that the seizures are a symptom of inexplicable, often dangerous, supernatural abilities, Thelma is confronted with tragic secrets of her past, and the terrifying implications of her powers.
Dir:  Joachim Trier / 2017 / Norway / 120 min

SCREENING:  THUR 1/19 9PM; SUN 1/21 7:30PM; TUE 1/23 9PM; WED 1/24 6:30PM & 9PM; THUR 1/25 4PM

Tickets available at the box office 30 minutes prior to showtime.

Thelma is both more mysterious and more accessible than his other films. The spell it casts transcends the silly plotting. It puts you in a zone all its own.
David Edelstein – Vulture

Thelma makes for an effectively moody and evocative piece of Norwegian-flavored filmmaking, even as it brings more groundbreaking stories to mind. 
Sandy Schaefer – Screen Rant

Joachim Trier’s Thelma draws on the familiar female naïf and, for a stretch, seems to be working with some largely recognizable narrative ideas, but it’s too pleasurably unruly to fit into one box.  Manohla Dargis – The NYTimes

“Thelma” is a superbly controlled, if derivative, variation on a familiar theme. 
Ann Hornaday – Washington Post

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