The movie is breathtaking — in its drama, its high-crafted innovation, its vision. It’s a ruthless but intimate tale of art, lust, obsession, and power.

Owen Gleiberman



20 MAY: 3 pm & 7 pm
158 Mins | US Germany | Drama |


A complex thought-provoking psychological drama, Tár considers the notions of power dynamics, abuse and cancel culture.   Cate Blanchett in what is arguably the best performance of her career,  is Lydia Tár, a renowned conductor and composer, the first female conductor  of the Berlin Philharmonic,  at the pinnacle of her career —  her power is unchecked and her confidence absolute.  We witness her fall after she is accused of abusive predatory behaviour.  Is Lydia the monster, the victim, or both? As her life unravels, we see a woman fracturing under pressure as new revelations emerge of her grooming younger musicians, blackballing those who turned her down, playing favourites and acting vindictively.  Is she someone to be admired for her acclaimed brilliance or despised for the misuse of her power?

Doors Open at 2:30 pm for licensed bar, tea/coffee, slices
Movie Starts at 3:00 pm

Doors Open at 6 pm.
Movie starts at 7:00 pm licensed bar, tea/coffee, slices
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