International Film Festival: "The Secret In Their Eyes"
Film enthusiasts will enjoy six foreign films at this year's International Film Festival. The festival kicks off with Spanish film "The Secret In Their Eyes."
Winner of the 2010 Oscar for “best foreign language film of the year,” the film follows retired Argentine criminal investigator Benjamin Esposito who pens a biological novel about the unsolved case of a young newlywed’s brutal rape and murder years ago. Past and present intertwine for Esposito and colleague Irene Menendez Hastings in this award-winning character study in which justice, pain and love collide. Rated R.
Olin A & B lecture halls are located in the Olin Hall of Science, one block east of 50th & St. Paul. All films and free and open to the public.