Friday 15 June


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Richard Linklater | 1991 | USA | 97'

Director Richard Linklater is always busy with time. Before Sunrise/Sunset/Midnight, his romance trilogy, was made and also set nine years between instalments. Boyhood was shot a few weeks annually over 12 years. And Slacker, one of his earliest films, floats in almost real-time through the lives of it’s vast cast on a single-day in Austin, Texas. These mostly twenty-something oddballs include, conspiracy theorists, a young woman trying to sell Madonna’s pap smear, an anarchist who befriends his robber, a guy obsessed with the effect Smurfs are having on the younger generation, and a man played by Linklater himself telling his taxi driver about parallel universes. It’s a calm but unwavering analysis of people, and ultimately a loving portrait of a generation. There’s no three act structure here, so sit back, kick your shoes off, and enjoy the ride as we float along through time.


Date & Time: 

Friday, 15 June, 2018 - 21:00


  • film


  • Classic


5,- (Cineville card valid)
Filmhuis Cavia
Van Hallstraat 52-1
1051 HH Amsterdam


Go through the gate. Cavia is on the right hand side, above Xena Sports. Take the stairs.

Filmhuis Cavia is a counterculture cinema, founded in 1983 by a squatters movement, which programs films you aren't likely to see anywhere else.


  • film

opening times: 

Our regular screenings are on Tuesdays (programmed by CineInterzone), Thursdays and Fridays, but we also have extra screenings and film festivals throughout the year. Look us up to find our monthly program.

Doors always open half an hour before the film starts.