Film: MICROBE AND GASOLINE (2015)

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Location: Browning Cinema, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

"Gondry has made his most satisfying movie since his 2004 masterpiece 'Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.'"

The Guardian

Official website

Introduced by 

Olivier Morel, Assistant Professor, Romance Languages and Literatures and Film, Television, and Theatre; and Associate Director of Ph.D. in Literature

About the Film

Microbe, a shy, aspiring artist, has trouble making friends at school until he meets Gasoline, a like-minded outcast. Together they hatch a plan to build a car and spend their summer on an epic road trip across France.

Written and directed by Michel Gondry / 103 minutes / French with English subtitles / Rated PG-13

Tickets
($4-7) at performingarts.nd.edu or 574-631-2800.  A limited number of FREE tickets are available at 211 Brownson Hall.

Sponsored by the Nanovic Film Series: Contemporary European Cinema in partnership with the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center.