Wild Grass

Film/Video

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Wild Grass

Alain Resnais, 2009

Wex at Gateway

Wexner Center members receive free admission to select screenings at the Gateway Film Center, located in the South Campus Gateway. The films are selected (and often introduced) by Wex curators. Don’t forget to bring your Wex member ID card to show at the Gateway’s box office.

Contemporary Screen

Films fresh from the international film festival circuit, area premieres, award winners, and recent audience favorites.... You'll find films you won't see anywhere else in central Ohio on the Contemporary Screen schedule.

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"A boisterous breath of new invention.… A hugely entertaining story of unrequited love."—The Independent (UK)

"A visual pleasure!"—Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times

A brilliant and unpredictable fable of love and cinema, Wild Grass is another masterful film by the French New Wave legend Alain Resnais. A wallet lost and found opens the door—slightly—to Georges and Marguerite's romantic adventure. Georges examines the wallet and begins to wonder about the woman who lost it. Marguerite wonders about the intentions of the man who found her wallet. The bizarre developments of their crazy romance are conveyed with bold colors, cinematic virtuosity, and thrilling unpredictability.

One of the greatest living filmmakers, Resnais has given us such classics as Hiroshima Mon Amour, Night and Fog, Last Year at Marienbad, and Mon Oncle d’Amerique and was the subject of a Wexner Center retrospective in January 2010. Wild Grass stars veteran Resnais collaborators Andre Dussollier and Sabine Azéma, as well as two of France's most talented actors Mathieu Amalric and Emmanuelle Devos. (104 mins., 35mm)

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