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If, however, you're looking for something more classically Lynchian than the 
return of Twin Peaks, David Cronenberg made something that might interest you:
In "Maps to the Stars", a new girl lands in Hollywood, enters a film inside a 
film, a world populated by childish grown-ups and ultra-cruel kids, haunted by 
ghosts and revenants who have come to announce that -- without spoiling too 
much of the plot -- the same thing that has happened before is happening again. 
But the film also has a proper opening, a proper ending, and, in between, some 
of Cronenberg's sharpest moments in recent memory. The overall genre is already 
well-established -- Hollywood as a set for a horror movie that mirrors the 
horrors of commodification -- but while other recent attempts ranged from 
slightly annoying (The Canyons) to openly insulting (The Neon Demon), this one 
strikes the right balance between the cliché of life-as-a-cliché and the real
crisis of social relations that animates it. Plus Vorfilme, Nachfilme, Bar.


                                                                    septemper 17
                                                                            9 pm

                                                               maps to the stars
                                                                david cronenberg
                                                                   2014, 107 min

                                                            pirate cinema berlin
                                                                u kottbusser tor
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