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Quentin Tarantino presents a new 35mm print of this 1970s cult thriller boasting an all-star cast!
A thinly veiled take on the JFK assassination stars Jeff Bridges as the son of a wealthy and powerful patriarch (played by scene-stealer John Huston), a character loosely based on Joseph Kennedy Sr. As the story unfolds, Bridges finds himself following one lead after another while trying to unravel the conspiracy around who killed the president—who happens to be his older brother. The astonishing cast includes Anthony Perkins, Eli Wallach, Sterling Hayden, Toshiro Mifune, and in an unbilled and wordless performance, Elizabeth Taylor as a character inspired by JFK’s mistress Judith Exner. A forgotten gem of 1970s cinema! (97 mins., 35mm)
Image Caption: Winter Kills, courtesy of Rialto Pictures.
FILM/VIDEO PROGRAMS MADE POSSIBLE BYNational Endowment for the ArtsOhio Humanities
ADDITIONAL SUPPORT PROVIDED BYRohauer Collection Foundation
WEXNER CENTER PROGRAMS MADE POSSIBLE BYOhio Department of DevelopmentGreater Columbus Arts CouncilThe Wexner FamilyInstitute of Museum and Library ServicesOhio Arts CouncilCampusParcOhio State’s Global Arts + Humanities Discovery ThemeThe Columbus FoundationNationwide FoundationVorys, Sater, Seymour, and PeaseADDITIONAL SUPPORT PROVIDED BYMike and Paige CraneAxium PackagingNancy KramerOhio State Energy PartnersOhio History Fund/Ohio History ConnectionLarry and Donna JamesBruce and Joy SollJones DayAlex and Renée Shumate