- Apr 18, 2021
- Apr 24, 2021
- Apr 25, 2021
TSL resumes indoor screenings on a trial basis. Additional dates, movie times, and titles to be announced (depending on demand and to guarantee your safety). Feedback welcome!
Indoor Screening: Theater 1 (Capacity 33% = 33 out of 100 seats ) – Per NY State Guidelines
Advanced tickets sales only. We will not accept walk-ins. If you are unable to purchase tickets online, please call 518-822-8100 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Masks and social distancing (six feet) required for TSL staff and customers AT ALL TIMES. Theater and high-contact surfaces to be disinfected before and after screenings.
Please help TSL maintain a clean and safe environment. Please remain home if you have COVID-19, are experiencing symptoms, or have been exposed to the virus within the last fourteen days.
Concession temporarily closed. Outside food and beverages prohibited. Thank you for cooperating.
Blood Simple: This razor-sharp modern film noir, the first film by Joel and Ethan Coen, introduced the brothers’ inimitable black humor and eccentric sense of character, a sensibility that has helped shape the course of contemporary American cinema. Deep in the heart of Texas, a sleazy bar owner suspects his wife of having an affair and hires a private detective to confirm his suspicions—only to have the crosshairs turned back on himself. Playfully shot by Barry Sonnenfeld and featuring a haunting score by Carter Burwell and a cunning performance by Frances McDormand, Blood Simple was a career-launching film for this ensemble and the first articulation of the precision of style that has defined the Coens’ work ever since.
Narrative film. 1984. 1h35m. View the trailer here.