A window into the politics and pop culture of the day, Jean-Luc Godard’s Masculin Fèminin (1966) is the story of the budding romance of Paul and Madeleine. He’s an aspiring writer; she’s a newly successful pop singer. Though they see the world through very different lenses, the two of them unite, often in tumultuous ways. The new wave film tells the story of the unlikely couple’s free love exploits and idealism that could only be set in 1960s Paris.
$8-$12 | Includes popcorn and soft drink
7:30pm | Friday, January 25.
The University of Toledo Center for Performing Arts
1910 W. Rocket Dr. | 419-530-2787 | utoledo.edu