Today at The Clinton: Tuesday, Dec 7

Clinton St. Resistance presents FEARLESS

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Even if there's a new face in the White House, things are still f*cked up. Lots and lots of folks need help. So, here on Clinton Corner, we're doing our bit to make things better.

Every Monday night, come to the Clinton Street Theater, enjoy a film on the big screen (the way it should be seen!), make friends, have a few laughs, scream, cry and raise money for a good cause.

Clinton St. Resistance presents FEARLESS

Showtimes

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In Fearless, fear-not just overcoming it, but experiencing it-connects us to our deepest selves, and to each other.

Sam Adams, The Dissolve

Fearless is the rare commercial movie that raises more questions than it answers. You leave it in an altered state yourself--moved, not quite satisfied, but certain you've seen something out of the ordinary.

David Ansen, Newsweek

An exploration of grief, PTSD, and how near-death experiences impact survivors. Rosie Perez deserves her acting nomination giving a raw heartbreaking performance.

Rosa Parra, Latinx Lens

This month's nonprofit beneficiary is DON'T SHOOT PDX, a social justice organization that uses art, education and community engagement to create social change. Since 2014, its free programming and advocacy work has been done to promote civic participation in the spaces of racial justice and human rights.

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FEARLESS
Director: 
Peter Weir
Country: 
United States
Year: 
1993
Runtime: 
122 minutes

When Max Klein (Jeff Bridges) survives a plane crash that kills many others, his last-minute epiphanies bring him a sense of invulnerability, leading to radical behavior. Instead of contacting his wife (Isabella Rossellini) after the crash, he sets off on a trip to see his old girlfriend, eats foods he was allergic to previously, and is strangely unafraid to fly again. Can a psychologist (John Turturro) and a fellow guilt-ridden survivor (Rosie Perez) help bring him down to earth?

Special Admission

FREE, but please donate generously to Don't Shoot PDX.

You can reserve a seat by making a $5 donation in advance (plus a $1 service fee).