'Sundown' opens Feb. 11 at the Ross

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‘Sundown’ opens Feb. 11 at the Ross

Tim Noth stars in 'Sundown,' playing through Feb. 24 at the Ross.

Tim Roth and Charlotte Gainsbourg star in director Michel Franco’s chilling and surreal “Sundown,” which opens at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center Feb. 11.

Continuing is “Who We Are — A Chronicle of Racism in America.”

Sundown Trailer #1 (2022) | Movieclips Indie
Trailer for 'Sundown'

“Sundown” tells the story of Neil and Alice Bennett (Tim Roth, Charlotte Gainsbourg). The Bennetts are the core of a wealthy family on vacation in Mexico with younger members Colin and Alexa (Samuel Bottomley, Albertine Kotting McMillan) until a distant emergency cuts their trip short. When one relative disrupts the family’s tight-knit order, simmering tensions rise to the fore in this suspenseful film, both written and directed by Franco.

“Sundown,” which is rated R for violence, language, some graphic nudity and sexual content, is showing through Feb. 24.

WHO WE ARE | Official Trailer (2022)
Trailer for "Who We Are"

“Who We Are,” winner of the South By Southwest Festival’s Documentary Spotlight Audience Award, interweaves lectures, personal anecdotes, interviews and revelations that outline the timeline of anti-Black racism in the United States. The production, which features Jeffery Robinson, the American Civil Liberty Union’s deputy legal director, and a criminal defense/civil rights lawyer, explores American history from slavery to current events.

Directed by Emily Kunstler and Sara Kunstler, “Who We Are” is not rated. It shows throughs Feb. 17.

Learn more about the films, including show times and ticket availability.

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