Adoptive parents Ema (Mariana Di Girolamo) and Gastón (Gael García Bernal) are artistic free spirits in an experimental dance troupe whose lives are thrown into chaos when their son Polo is involved in a shocking incident. As her marriage crumbles in the wake of their decision to abandon the child, Ema embarks on an odyssey of liberation and self-discovery as she dances and seduces her way into a daring new life. Centering on the sinuous, electrifying art of reggaeton dance, Ema is an incendiary portrait of an artistic temperament forced to contend with societal pressure and the urge to conform. From world-class director Pablo Larraín (Jackie, Neruda) comes another psychologically acute exhumation of Latin American life featuring an unforgettable heroine who is determined to move freely through the world as she electrifies everyone and everything around her.
For tickets and more info, visit: https://ucrarts.ucr.edu/Film/ema
UCR ARTS is happy to announce the reopening of the Culver Cinema!
We'll continue bringing inland Southern California the best in independent, foreign, and exemplary Hollywood films, along with special programs, retrospectives, and more! Thanks to our generous donors Allison Campbell and Jason Loan, we're excited to be able to present our films in our newly upgraded screening room, now with the latest in digital projection and sound!
We're kicking things off with Movies You Might Have Missed in 2020/21, showcasing
the films that might have fallen through the cracks or that you haven't had a chance to
see in theaters.
Sunday, September 12 at 1:00pm
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