Robinson’s Place
Jean Eustache, 1963, France, 42m
Eustache’s first completed film follows two aimless young men who prowl the bars and dance halls of Paris in futile pursuit of female companionship. When one of their ostensible conquests spurns them, they plot a petty revenge.

Followed by:
Santa Claus Has Blue Eyes
Jean Eustache, 1966, France, 47m
Eustache’s second narrative short stars French New Wave icon Jean-Pierre Léaud as Daniel, a young man who finds it easier to meet and talk to women while in costume as a department store Santa Claus.

For $30, receive one ticket to a film in The Dirty Stories of Jean Eustache and a select menu item at Café Paradiso, located in FLC’s Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center. Learn more about our dinner and a movie combo here.