Cinematique Presents: "Time Out of Mind"

Sep 29, 2015

Sunday-Tuesday, October 18-20, 7 pm

Tuesday, October 20, 4 pm

Thalian Hall Main Stage

Richard Gere delivers a soul-bearing performance as George, a homeless and mentally-ill man who has been unable to hold a job for years.  Gere's performance is captured with remarkable realism and heartrending compassion. George drifts through New York City looking for food, alcohol, and shelter, but when he seeks refuge at Bellevue Hospital, a Manhattan intake center for homeless men, his friendship with a fellow client helps him try to repair his relationship with his estranged daughter. (1 hour 57 minutes, Unrated)

"Gere is extraordinary here, and it says something about his disciplined, inward-facing performance, and about the movie's subtle visual strategies, that he's in almost every frame of Time Out of Mind, but only rarely at the center of it." - Ella Taylor, NPR

"Even though Time Out Of Mind's two-hour run time can be tough to sit through, Gere gives a subtle, layered performance as a man barely existing on the edges of society." - Devan Coggan, Entertainment Weekly