Long Goodbye (1971)
by Kira Muratova

A little-known masterpiece by Ukrainian filmmaker Muratova, Long Goodbye tells the story of a mother’s overbearing love for her son and her increasingly hysterical struggle for emotional dignity.

We’ll Live Til Monday (1968)
by Stanislav Rostotsky

A bittersweet comedy following the struggle of a high school history teacher who must choose between his head and his heart: will he abide by the strict rules of the school or give in to his natural warmth of feeling towards his students and beautiful fellow teacher, Natalya?

Brief Encounters (1967)
by Kira Muratova

Kino Klassika’s second annual International Women’s Day gala this year will see Kira Muratova’s 1967 romantic drama Brief Encounters screened on March 8th at Soho House. This gala evening will be in collaboration with Veuve Clicquot. 

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