Directed by Jean-Luc Godard. A couple’s weekend excursion to the country becomes a descent into horror and barbarism in this scabrous, savagely funny attack on bourgeois values and Western civilization. “(Godard’s) vision of hell . . . ranks with the greatest.” —Pauline Kael. (France/Italy, 1967, subtitles, color, 35mm, 105 min.)
Admission $11; CMA members $8.