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The Wicker Man

The Wicker Man


Nicolas Cage provides one of his most inspired, Nicolas Cage-iest performances ever in director Neil LaBute’s “unintentionally hilarious” 2006 remake of the 1973 British cult-horror classic. Set on a remote, mysterious island in the Pacific Northwest (aka Bowen Island, where it was shot), the film also stars Ellen Burstyn, Leelee Sobieski, Molly Parker, and… Bees (lots).

Monday, September 6
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THE WICKER MAN (Neil LaBute, 2006 / 102 mins / 18A) | When California Highway Patrol officer Edward Malus investigates the disappearance of his former fiancée’s daughter on a remote Pacific Northwest island, he finds that nothing is what it seems. The place has its own traditions, and its secretive people observe a forgotten way of life. They also ridicule Edward’s investigation, insisting that the missing child never existed–or was no longer alive. In his efforts to unravel the island’s closely held secrets, Edward is drawn into a web of ancient traditions and murderous deceit, and each step he takes closer to the lost child brings him one step closer to the unspeakable. And, one step closer to The Wicker Man.


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