Newly Restored


Directed by Bela Tarr

Hungary, 1994, 7h 30min, DCP, In Hungarian with English Subtitles

Newly Restored

There are no current or future screenings planned for this film.

Béla Tarr’s massive, seven+ hour masterpiece immerses viewers in a novelistic tableau of life in a small Hungarian town as communism falls. Tarr’s astonishing visual compositions add a level of transcendence to the film, now restored from its original elements.

Note: this screening will have two intermissions, in accordance with the wishes of Béla Tarr, one of 15 minutes and the second of 25 minutes.

To prepare you for the epic duration here is the timing of the intermissions.

12:00pm Introduction & start of film (137 min)
2:32pm Intermission (15 min)
2:47pm 2nd part begins (124 min)
4:51pm Intermission (25 min)
5:16pm 3rd part begins (177 min)
8:13pm Film ends

We will have a special food & drink combo to fuel your viewing experience. Large popcorn, soda, and a bag of pretzel crisps combo for $15. We will have a limited number of sandwiches for sale for $6.50.

Our neighboring restaurants in The Linc also offer discounts with your ticket stub if you need an additional bite outside the theater: Easy Tiger: 10% off, Lima Criolla: 10% off, Tio Pepe: 15% off.


“At seven hours, SÁTÁNTANGÓ is one of those unusual works of contemporary art that demand from the audience a concentrated commitment — the luxury of time.” – Manohla Dargis, New York Times

“The marathon SÁTÁNTANGÓ is a magnum opus to end all magna opera, a dark, funny, apocalyptic allegory of the Hungarian psyche that stimulates, irritates, soothes and startles with blinding strokes of genius in equal turn.” – Derek Elley, Variety

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