Friday, February 12 | 8 pm
Saturday, February 13 | 8 pm
Sunday, February 14 | 3 pm
In partnership with Magnolia Pictures, we’re proud to make France’s official submission for the 2021 Best International Feature Oscar available for in-person screenings in OKCMOA’s Noble Theater and for at-home viewing in our virtual cinema! Click here for information about watching at home.
PLEASE NOTE: In order to ensure social distancing in the Noble Theater, tickets and seating capacity are limited. Unavailable seats and rows are marked.
All moviegoers are advised to arrive at least 10 minutes before showtime. We reserve the right to deny entry after the start of the feature.
For the safety and well-being of all of our staff and guests, we ask that you refrain from attending in-person screenings if you have a fever or are feeling ill.
Protective masks are required in the Noble Theater and throughout the Museum. They are available for purchase at the box office and in the Museum Store.
Thank you for helping our community stay safe!
“Pensioners Nina (Barbara Sukowa) and Madeleine (Martine Chevallier) have hidden their deep and passionate love for many decades. From the point of view of those surrounding them, including Madeleine’s meddling daughter (Léa Drucker), they are simply two neighbors sharing a hallway during their sunset years. In reality, this landing is a bridge between two worlds: one belonging to a widowed, doting grandmother, the other to a free-spirited, fiercely independent woman who longs to spend her life with the person she loves. Clandestinely, Nina and Madeleine share a tender life, moving freely between their apartments until, one day, an unexpected event closes the portal. In this new reality, their secret cannot remain hidden if they are to stay together — and their unconditional love is put to the test.
Award-winning, France-based Italian director Filippo Meneghetti, uses the utmost care and benevolence in crafting his bold, lustrous directorial debut, which has recently been selected as France’s official Oscar submission. Sukowa, Chevallier, and Drucker are endlessly compelling in their performances of characters who are both sincere and flawed. Two of Us is a film of longing and revelatory beauty.” -TIFF