Tuesday, March 20th. 8pm at the Clinton Street Theater. $8-10 admission. A Special Event with a Live Score! The awakening and growth a child’s consciousness as he experiences the psychological traumas of youth within the haunted enclosure of the nuclear family. Shot in stark black and white and evoking the visual primacy of silent film, LE REVELATEUR is one of French cinema’s most beautiful experimental pieces. Directed by Philippe Garrel for the radical Zanzibar group amidst the political turmoil of May ’68, the film is a strange, sad, and mysterious commentary on generational strife and psychic pain. Complemented with an original live score performed by HASTE, the already eerie, complex sadness of the film is intensified. Haste's score is an ethereal piece of psychedelic ambiance and intricate minimalism evoked with the use of guitar pedals. It explores darkness and bright light simultaneously, a theme that is visually mastered in the film itself.