Film/STILL: The Hudsucker Proxy
USA, 1994, 111 Minute Running Time
One Screening Only. Friday, May 9th at 7pm.
The Coen brothers deliver a screwball comedy gem about mail clerk Norville Barnes, (Tim Robbins) who falls into good -- or bad? -- luck when he becomes the CEO of a successful business. The evil Sidney J. Mussberger (Paul Newman) chooses Barnes so he and the other board directors can make a fortune on the falling stock price. Meanwhile, reporter Amy Archer (Jennifer Jason Leigh) befriends Norville in hopes of landing a big scoop.
Single film-$12 public; $10 Clyfford Still Museum and Denver Film Society members
1959 Film Festival pass: $55 public; $45 Clyfford Still Museum and Denver Film Society members.
DIRECTOR: Joel and Ethan Coen
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