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Directed by David Lynch

United States 1984 2h 17min

Dune
Directed by David Lynch
PG-13 | 2h 17min | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi | 1984 | USA
Drive-In at Zidell Yards: March 14 | 7:30 PM PST
In the year 10191, a spice called melange is the most valuable substance known in the universe, and its only source is the desert planet Arrakis. A royal decree awards Arrakis to Duke Leto Atreides and ousts his bitter enemies, the Harkonnens. However, when the Harkonnens violently seize back their fiefdom, it is up to Paul, Leto’s son, to lead the Fremen, the natives of Arrakis, in a battle for control of the planet and its spice.

Screens with the following short:
Hard Disk, directed by Mount Defiance
In a post-technology dystopia, techno-radicals, puppets and anarchists rise up to reclaim their social data and physical freedoms from an oppressive, AI government cache. Hard Disk is a cutting social satire from Portland, Oregon taken dead seriously.

The Cinema Unbound Drive-In at Zidell Yards:
As part of the Portland International Film Festival put on by the Portland Art Museum’s Northwest Film Center, the Cinema Unbound Drive-In at Zidell Yards welcomes guests to safely gather and experience the power that truly radical and entertaining cinematic storytelling can bring. Featuring 10 films and 5 shorts exploring what the future can be, this year’s Drive-In experience won’t be one to miss.
Presented by MUBI.

Genres: Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi



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