Peter Stormare and Small Town Murder Songs

Peter Stormare and Small Town Murder Songs

Oct 6, 2011 |  by  |  Art, Event
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Somewhere in the back of my mind I remember crawling off a dance floor, seating myself in a cozy chair and being flabbergasted by Flash Gordon. Yet another random night at Studio K. Next to throwing these savvy get-togethers Studio K organizes some good cinematography in their comfy little theatres.

The coming weeks, together with Cinecenter, they will exhibit Small Town Murder Songs. The film is a psychological thriller that sketches an intriguing portrait of a closed Mennonite community. When a body is found, the village is startled and local police chief Walter is appointed to solve the mystery. All clues seem to lead to his ex, Rita, and her criminal boyfriend. Yet hindered by colleagues, community members and a deep religious family he hits a dead end. Walter starts to lose his sanity and becomes entangled in his own violent past and the religion that gave him redemption.

Peter Stormare (a legend in my books) plays the tormented Walter and is supported by a strong cast. The movie evokes the Coen brothers, so for you Coen-lovers out there this film is quite the treat.

Ticket give-away

Overdose’s personal film freak Anouk also tipped the film last Friday, but I am giving away 2×2 tickets. Can you tell us which character played by Peter Stormare is most legendary and why? The person who provides us with the best solid argument wins a night of intrigue at Studio K!

Small Town Murder Songs

Where: Studio K, Timorplein 62
When: Daily at 16.00, 19.30, 21.00 and 22.30. Saturday, Sunday and Wednesday also at 14.30.

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