Photo courtesy of Austin Film Society

The newest work from Romanian filmmaker Radu Jude is a nearly three-hour-long film about a young female artist hired to mount a historical pageant in Bucharest’s Palace Square. There are shades of both Godard and Larry David here as everything goes off the rails. The film is uncategorizable, but bursting with life and ideas.

The newest work from Romanian filmmaker Radu Jude is a nearly three-hour-long film about a young female artist hired to mount a historical pageant in Bucharest’s Palace Square. There are shades of both Godard and Larry David here as everything goes off the rails. The film is uncategorizable, but bursting with life and ideas.

The newest work from Romanian filmmaker Radu Jude is a nearly three-hour-long film about a young female artist hired to mount a historical pageant in Bucharest’s Palace Square. There are shades of both Godard and Larry David here as everything goes off the rails. The film is uncategorizable, but bursting with life and ideas.

WHEN

WHERE

AFS Cinema
6406 N. I-35 Frontage Rd.
Suite 3100
Austin, TX 78752
https://www.austinfilm.org/screening/i-do-not-care-if-we-go-down-in-history-as-barbarians/

TICKET INFO

$9-$11.25
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