is to be re-re­leased

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The open­ing pre­sen­ta­tions at Light House Cin­ema on May 9th in­clude the new John Sayles film

set in 1950s Alabama and telling the story of a road­house owner (Danny Glover) who hires a young blues gui­tarist (Gary Clark Jr) to re­vive busi­ness. The Light House will have the exclusive re­lease of Ar­gen­tine di­rec­tor Lucía Puenzo’s a tough but sub­tle film about a 15-year-old her­maph­ro­dite whose par­ents try to avoid the prob­lem.

Daniel Luchetti’s ex­u­ber­ant, dra­mat­i­cally in­volv­ing Ital­ian film

– which played the IFI for a fort­night this month – will

Mike be­gin an open-ended run. Com­plet­ing the first-week line-up are the award­win­ning Leigh’s and, re-re­leased for the first time since its Os­car win, John Car­ney’s en­dear­ing Dublin mu­si­cal

Sched­uled to open on May 16th is Na­dine Labaki’s

set in a Beirut beauty salon where five Le­banese women con­fide in each other. A week later sees the re­lease of the crit­i­cally ac­claimed Pol­ish drama,

Shown by RTÉ on St Pa­trick’s Day and hav­ing its in­ter­na­tional pre­miere tonight at the Tribeca Film Fes­ti­val in New York, gets a well-de­served cin­ema re­lease at Light House Cin­ema from May 30th.

The Os­car-win­ning Once

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