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8 Women

8 Women

FILM SCREENING

As part of its Fall film series "Dance, Sing, Play!", the Cultural Services of the French Embassy present the screening of the 2002 film 8 Women by François Ozon.

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WHAT: 8 Women

WHEN: Tuesday, October 10th, 2017 - 7:00 p.m - 9:00 p.m

WHERE: La Maison Française - 4101 Reservoir Rd, NW - Washington, D.C. - 20007

PRICE: Free admission

RESERVATION: Online registration required on EventBrite

ADD. INFOS: Valid ID required. No parking inside the embassy. No large bag, helmet, suitcase.

8 Women
by François Ozon
2002 – France - 118 min
In French with English subtitles

As part of its Fall film series "Dance, Sing, Play!", the Cultural Services of the French Embassy present the screening of the 2002 film 8 Women by François Ozon.
At an isolated mansion in the snowy countryside of 1950s France, a family is gathered for the holiday season...But there will be no celebration - their beloved patriarch has been murdered!

The killer can only be one of the eight women closest to the man of the house. Was it his powerful wife? His spinster sister-in-law? His miserly mother-in-law? Maybe the insolent chambermaid or the loyal housekeeper? Could it possibly have been one of his two pretty young daughters? A surprise visit from the victim’s chic sister sends the household into a tizzy, encouraging hysterics, exacerbating rivalries, and encompassing musical interludes. Comedic situations arise with the revelations of dark family secrets. Seduction dances with betrayal. The mystery of the female psyche is revealed.

Eight women. Each is a suspect. Each has a motive. Each has a secret. Beautiful, tempestuous, intelligent, sensual, and dangerous...One of them is guilty. Which one is it?

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This series is made possible through the generous support of TV5 Monde and the French-American Cultural Foundation.


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