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Killers of the Flower Moon
Killers of the Flower Moon

Sun, Nov 26


Honokaa Peoples Theatre

Killers of the Flower Moon

R. 3hr32min. Martin Scorsese's critically acclaimed masterpeice about US Indigenous relations.

Time & Location

Nov 26, 2023, 5:00 PM – 8:30 PM HST

Honokaa Peoples Theatre, 45-3574 Mamane St, Honokaa, HI 96727, USA

About the Event

R. 3hr26min. Enormous in runtime, theme, and achievement, Killers of the Flower Moon is  a sobering appraisal of America's relationship with Indigenous peoples  and yet another artistic zenith for Martin Scorsese and his  collaborators.

Based  on David Grann's broadly lauded best-selling book, "Killers of the  Flower Moon" is set in 1920s Oklahoma and depicts the serial murder of  members of the oil-wealthy Osage Nation, a string of brutal crimes that  came to be known as the Reign of Terror.

Peter Travers  ABC News:  Out  of a dark chapter of history about U.S. mistreatment of Native  Americans, Martin Scorsese directs a new movie classic with stupendous  acting from DiCaprio, DeNiro and newcomer Lily Gladstone. It's a great  movie from our greatest filmmaker. See it now!

Brian Tallerico  "Scorsese  walks that fine line between telling a very specific story of a couple  at the heart of a tragedy and commenting on the larger nature of evil."

David Sims  The Atlantic:   "De  Niro is magnificently unsettling in the film -- it might be the best  work he’s done with Scorsese since Goodfellas -- but the emotional  powerhouses are DiCaprio and Gladstone.

David  Rooney  Hollywood Reporter:  "The three-and-a-half-hour running time is  fully justified in an escalating tragedy that never loosens its grip --  a sordid illustration of historical erasure with echoes in today’s  bitterly divisive political gamesmanship."

David Fear  Rolling Stone:  "[A  picture] brimming with reverence for a culture that survived a horrible  trauma as it is filled with exhilarating flourishes, film history  references, and explorations of the faultline between the sacred and  profane. And yes: It’s a masterpiece.


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