The next in the Woods Hole Public Library’s “Films for Grown Ups” series was just released in November 2014 and won 4 Oscars, for Best Motion Picture of the Year, Best Achievement in Directing, Best Writing, Original Screenplay, and Best Achievement in Cinematography. As in all other films in this series, hardly any details can be released in publicizing, because of the contract for showing recently released films.
So, the Library continues to offer clues. Besides those offered in the first sentence, here’s a synonym for the title in French: “Oiseau Homme”. Not up on your French? Well, here it is in Spanish, which is the language of the home country of the writer and director, “Pajaro Hombre.” In fact the director/writer is the first Mexican director to win the Academy Award for Best Director.
The film runs for 119 minutes and is rated R. For more information, or to ask the direct question “What is the name of this film?” call the Library at 508-548-8961. Of course, the event is free and open to the public.
[Bonus hint: This movie is so good that you’d probably enjoy it even if you were a dog, cat… or bird, man!]