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Annette

Directed by: Leos Carax | 2021 | 2h 19m | Rated R

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OPENS 8/13

O Cinema South Beach

1130 Washington Ave, Miami Beach (786) 471-3269

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• Adults – $11.00
• Older Adults (62+ years old w/ valid ID) – $9.50
• Students & Teachers (w/ valid ID) – $9.50
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A globally acclaimed opera singer and a stand-up comedian have their first child, and their lives are completely changed.

Los Angeles, today. Henry (Adam Driver) is a stand-up comedian with a fierce sense of humor who falls in love with Ann (Marion Cotillard), a world-renowned opera singer. Under the spotlight, they form a passionate and glamorous couple. The birth of their first child, Annette, a mysterious little girl with an exceptional destiny, will turn their lives upside down. A film by visionary director Leos Carax (HOLY MOTORS), with story and music by Ron & Russel Mael of The Sparks, this original musical is a journey of passion, love, and fame.

“I suspect that, if nothing else, this astoundingly beautiful picture will stand the test of time.”
– VULTURE

“Is Annette a farce, a metaphor, a noir meditation on fame? Only God and maybe the Maels know for sure. But like so many of the best and strangest moments that festivals like this bring, it’s nearly impossible to witness it all and not walk away feeling altered (irrationally, emotionally, chemically) in some way.”
– ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY

“Carax has delivered something gloriously gnarled and uncomfortable: a bludgeoning rock opera that takes aim at the entertainment industry and the dregs of toxic masculinity; that flourishes just as it drips with self-loathing; and that gestures toward such far-flung places as Dadaism, A Star is Born, Pinocchio, and even the director’s own life.”
– THE FILM STAGE