DELHI, NY—Bushel is pleased to screen I love you I love you (1968, French, with subtitles), directed by Alain Resnais, Friday, November 18, 7 p.m. (doors at 6:45 p.m.). This program is free and takes place at Bushel, 106 Main Street, Main Floor. There are 30 seats; presence is optional mask.
The New Wave movie I love you I love you follows Claude Ridder (Claude Rich) who participates in a post-traumatic experience of time travel. When asked why he chose this film to show Bushel, a resident of Bloomville Michael Carter note: “While the first two best-known feature films by director Alain Resnais, Hiroshima my love (1959) and Last year in Marienbad (1960), are widely regarded as turning points in the film’s narrative structure, I love you I love you is arguably more radical than either, or, for that matter, than most French New Wave productions. Carter is a librarian and divides her time between upper Manhattan and Bloomville.