Mars, needs, women

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Fifty years be­fore “Star Wars,” the 1924 silent So­viet sci-fi ad­ven­ture “Aelita: Queen of Mars” re­vealed that wom­en­from the Red Planet may have three breasts. In case any of the Fleet Week crowd is in­ter­ested. Screen­ing 6 p.m. Sun­day, “Aelita” — “vis­ually strik­ing and imag­i­na­tive through­out … an un­der­screened trea­sure” (Alamo Draft­house Cin­ema) — is the first in a So­viet film se­ries cre­ated by the Wolf­so­nian-FIU mu­seum and the Mi­ami Beach Cine­math­eque. Tick­ets cost $11, $9 stu­dents and se­niors, at MBCinema.com, and in­clude a com­pli­men­tary 5 p.m. tour of “Con­struct­ing Rev­o­lu­tion: So­viet Pro­pa­ganda Posters FromBetween the World Wars” at the Wolf across the street. Visit: Wolf­so­nian.org.

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