In the Noble Theater

Friday, November 6 5:30 & 8 pm

Saturday, November 7 | 25:30 & 8 pm

Sunday, November 8 | 12:30 & 3 pm

PLEASE NOTE: In order to ensure social distancing in the Noble Theater, tickets and seating capacity are limited. Unavailable seats and rows are marked.

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Evoking Rosemary’s Baby, Gaslight, and Get Out, Kindred is a gorgeously atmospheric update on the gothic psychological thriller that ripples with suspense and contemporary resonance. The film follows vulnerable mother-to-be Charlotte (Tamara Lawrance), who is taken in by her boyfriend Ben’s relatives after he dies in an accident. Reeling from the tragic news, Charlotte is whisked away to Ben’s family home, a crumbling old manor house in the English countryside. Ben’s overbearing mother, Margaret (a magnetic Fiona Shaw, Killing Eve) and his obsequious stepbrother, Thomas (Jack Lowden) are determined to care for her, at least until the baby arrives. Grief stricken and  haunted by mysterious dreams and hallucinations, possibly brought on by the pregnancy, Charlotte accepts their help. But as her due date approaches, and Margaret and Thomas seem increasingly obsessed with monitoring and controlling her every move, Charlotte begins to doubt their intentions. Are they drugging her and keeping her captive, with the aim of taking her unborn baby? As her visions intensify and the haze of lies and suspicion grows, Charlotte decides that her only option is to break free from this family once and for all – but at what cost? 

Director  Joe Marcantonio | 2020 | In English | 101 minutes | NR | DCP

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