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“Holding hands at the movie show, when all the lights are low, may not be new, but I like it, how about you?”

THIS SCREENING
Midnight Cowboy  (18)

50th Anniversary re-release

Friday 20th September 2019, 7.30pm
Certificate  Duration 1hr 51mins

Director: John Schlesinger
Cast includes Dustin Hoffman, Jon Voight, Brenda Vaccaro, Sylvia Miles, John McGiver, Barnard Hughes, Ruth White, Jennifer Salt, Gil Rankin, Gary Owens, T. Tom Marlow, George Eppersen, Bob Balaban

"The best thing in the movie is the acting, by Jon Voight and Dustin Hoffman as a simple-minded Texas drifter and a cynical Broadway street operator. This was the movie that established Voight's career, and proved that Hoffman, after the triumph of "The Graduate," had many more notes inside of him -- and was destined to become one of the great character actors of his time. Voight and Hoffman both won Oscar nominations as best actor. Over their shoulders, we could see a real world, the world of Times Square in the 1960s, which at the time seemed bleak and dangerous -- but in the less innocent 1990s seems positioned half-way between our current despair and lingering myths of Damon Runyon."  Roger Ebert (1994)

"Midnight Cowboy is an extraordinary document of its era, as if it were the bridge to New Hollywood – accessible and sentimental in many respects, but constantly pushing the audience to accept new techniques and look to the margins of American life. Director John Schlesinger, a gay British film-maker, would push further still two years later with Sunday Bloody Sunday, a thornier and more explicit drama about sexual fluidity, but he had a keen sense of how adventurous viewers were willing to get and how far he could extend their sympathies. He made a film that could both win an Oscar and see the future that was coming around the corner." Scott Tobias, The Guardian (2019)

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