Rogers Park - LAST DAY!

Mar 16 to Mar 18
Saturday and Sunday 4:30pm ONLY!

Kyle Henry - 2017 - 90m - No Matinees

BONUS!  DIRECTOR IN PERSON!

Two Chicago couples struggle to keep their love alive as secrets and long-simmering resentments rise to the surface.  In Rogers Park, four intertwined lives begin to buckle under midlife pressures.

Zeke and his wife Grace navigate parenthood and a financial reversal of fortune. Grace’s brother Chris, a writer battling depression, and his partner Deena face a personal crisis that threatens to tear them apart. Meanwhile, Grace and Chris each struggle to confront a shared family trauma.

Rogers Park is a drama that explores the ties that bind and the midlife forces that shatter relationships over the course of one tumultuous year.

"Intense...insightful...burrows deeply into the minutiae of ordinary life." - Variety

3 1/2 out of 4 stars! "Distinctive in vision and nuance... bracing moments of emotional nakedness...echoes of Cassavetes' A Woman Under the Influence." - RogerEbert.com

"...brimming with universal truths..." - Chicago Sun-Times

"Director Kyle Henry gives his four lead actors little room to hide in this bracing picture... not once are their performances anything less than utterly authentic...an uncommonly insightful movie." - Indie Outlook

"The sympathetic performances, understated direction, and thematic emphasis on lower-middle-class unhappiness all reminded me of British filmmaker Mike Leigh, and like him, Henry and Treviño know how to develop narrative momentum through a steady stream of subtle psychological revelation." - Chicago Reader

"[An] affecting drama...It probes the idea of closeness—whether between brother and sister, father and daughter, or friends—and the performance of happiness versus the real thing...well-acted." - The Moving World

"[A] wise screenplay...keenly observed...rich performances...vivid lensing...Henry achieves a vibrance that is rare among domestic dramas of this ilk” - Moveable Feast

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