Harvard Square’s Brattle Theatre will host two-nights of films featuring “Bad Hombres” and “Nasty Women.” Straddling that fateful day, when we all head to the polls to obtain our “I Voted” stickers, are double features of “A Fistful of Dollars” and “Perdita Durango” on Nov. 3 and “No Country for Old Men” and “Multiple Maniacs” on Nov. 9.
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"A Fistful of Dollars" is a Sergio Leone spaghetti Western and Clint Eastwood's first big screen break. "Perdita" Durango," which translates to "Dance with the Devil," features Rosie Perez and Javier Bardem's super questionable haircut. Both will be shown in 35mm.
"No Country for Old Men" is the neo-Western Coen brothers one starring Josh Brolin and Javier Bardem (again!) that you're probably already aware of. "Multiple Maniacs" is one of John Waters' earliest, cheapest and wildest productions, and is exactly what it sounds like: nasty. However, the screened version is the newly restored version, so let's call it nasty in HD.
Tickets and more info at Brattlefilm.org.