Plimoth Cinema

 

Plymouth's Best & Only Cinema

Plimoth Cinema at Plimoth Plantation

Plimoth Cinema presents the finest independent films!  

Located inside Plimoth Plantation’s Visitor Center    
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Showtimes daily - 4:30 pm and 7:00 pm

About our cinema


Now Playing:

Theater 1: The Ruby Winslow Linn Theater with new and improved digital picture and 5.1 audio.

Theater 2: The Harriet K Maxwell Theater  with improved, brighter, vibrant picture. 

 

 

  

 
 

I'll See You In My DreamsdreamsNew
 

June 26 - July 9

 

 Due to technical problems this film will only show at 7pm

Playing in  Theater 1: The Ruby Winslow Linn Theater 

   at 4:30 & 7:00 pm

In this vibrant, funny, and heartfelt film, a widow and former songstress discovers that life can begin anew at any age. With the support of three loyal girlfriends (June Squibb, Rhea Perlman, and Mary Kay Place), Carol (Blythe Danner) decides to embrace the world, embarking on an unlikely friendship with her pool maintenance man (Martin Starr), pursuing a new love interest (Sam Elliott), and reconnecting with her daughter (Malin Akerman). C) Bleecker Street 

 

  
Length: 1 Hr. 35 Min.                
Language:  English                
Rated: PG-13
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Madame Bovarymadame

July 3-  to July 9

 Playing in  Theater 2: The Harriet K Maxwell Theater

 at 4:30 & 7:00 pm

Due to Technical problems this movie will only show at 4:30 PM

 Set in Normandy, France, this is the classic story of Emma Bovary, a young beauty who impulsively marries small-town doctor, Charles Bovary, to leave her father's pig farm far behind. But after being introduced to the glamorous world of high society, she soon becomes bored with her stodgy husband and mundane life, and seeks prestige and excitement outside the bonds of marriage.

 

Length: 1 Hr. 58 Min.                
Language:  English                 
Rated: R
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Special Event- August 2nd

Raise The Roof

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THEY SET OUT TO RECONSTRUCT A LOST SYNAGOGUE.

 THEY RECOVERED A LOST WORLD.

a feature documentary by Yari & Cary Wolinsky

Rivaling the greatest wooden architecture in history, the synagogues of 18th-century Poland inspired artists Rick and Laura Brown of Handshouse Studio to embark on a 10-year pursuit—to reconstruct the elaborate roof and painted ceiling of the Gwozdziec synagogue.
Leading over 300 students and professionals from 16 countries, the Browns grapple not just with the echoes of World War II when these buildings were destroyed by the Nazis, but also with warped timbers, tricky paints, and period hand tools.
By the end of the project, they have done more than reconstruct a lost synagogue: they have recovered a lost world. In 2014, the Gwozdziec roof was unveiled as the centerpiece of the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw.
    Raise the Roof is the story of this epic journey.When the acclaimed artists/educators Rick and Laura Brown decided that they would reconstruct a magnificent, 18th century, Polish wooden synagogue in Poland, even those who knew this remarkable, Norwell, Massachusetts based couple well doubted it would ever happen. Raise the Roof attracted a great deal of attention from the moment it was released. It has played to sold-out theaters at film festivals in Atlanta, Toronto, Philadelphia and Boston.
  The Plimoth Cinema, the filmmakers and the Browns invite you to join them for a reception and a special screening of Raise the Roof on Sunday, August 2nd starting at 6:30 pm
Purchase advance tickets here:
Tickets

 


Coming Soon!

A Little Chaos

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Playing in  Theater 1: The Ruby Winslow Linn Theater 

   at 4:30 & 7:00 pm

 

A romantic drama following Sabine, a talented landscape designer, who is building a garden at Versailles for King Louis XIV. Sabine struggles with class barriers as she becomes romantically entangled with the court's renowned landscape artist. (C) Focus World

Length: 1 Hr. 56 Min.                
Language:  English                
Rated: R

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Gemma Bovery

 Life begins to imitate art in uncanny ways when earthy British beauty Gemma (Gemma Arterton) and her furniture

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restorer husband Charles Bovery (Jason Flemyng, X-Men: First Class, The

Curious Case of Benjamin Button) move to the very same Norman village where the graphic novel was written. Local baker and Flaubert fan Martin Joubert (Fabrice Luchini) falls for the lovely and charming newcomer and sets out to be her mentor. It doesn't take long before his wild imagination lead

s him to draw parallels between the literary and real life woman, as he insinuates himself intoher life. She soon finds herself

at a crossroads that seems to be fulfilling Joubert's worst fears that her destiny is mirroring that of Flaubert's doomed

heroine. Director Anne Fontaine's clever adaptation of the graphic novel is at once a cheeky literary mash-up, a sensu

ous romance, a witty feminist commentary, and a heady celebration of French provincial life. (C) Music Box Films

Length: 1 Hr. 40 Min.                
Language:  English & French with subtitles                
Rated: R

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Testament of Youth

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Testament of Youth is a powerful story of love, war and remembrance, based on the First World War memoir by Vera Brittain, which has become the classic testimony of that war from a woman's point of view. A searing journey from youthful hopes and dreams to the edge of despair and back again, it's a film about young love, the futility of war and how to make sense of the darkest times.(C) Sony Classics

Length: 2 Hr. 9 Min.                
Language:  English                
Rated: PG-13

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Irrational Manirrational

When a burned-out, brilliant professor - one who believes in lessons from life rather than textbooks - takes a job at a small college, everyone there is abuzz. He becomes involved with a teacher as well as a precocious student, but it takes a dramatic, existential act to turn his life around and make him see the world through a much rosier and more positive perspective.

 

Length: 1 Hr. 37 Min.                
Language:  English                
Rated: R

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For your enjoyment in the late afternoons and evenings, Plimoth Plantation proudly brings you Plimoth Cinema featuring the finest in first run foreign and independent films. No need to drive all the way into Boston. Plimoth Cinema is located right here at Plimoth Plantation. We always have plenty of fresh popcorn with melted butter, soft drinks and a variety of your favorite movie candy.

Join us on Saturdays and enjoy a beer or wine with your film.

Plimoth Cinema at Plimoth Plantation

About our theater:
Plymouth's Number One Cinema!
220 Comfortable Seats
Big Screen
Dolby Sound
ADA Compliant
Club Card Discount

PRICES: 

$10.00 General admission.
$8.00 Members, seniors, students and museum ticket holders.

Receive an additional $1.50 off each film you attend when you purchase our Plimoth Cinema Club Card for $10.50

Call our recorded movie line at (508) 746-1622 ext 8877 for current film listings. If you need more information, please call 508-746-1622 ext 8346 or email cinema@plimoth.org.

Net proceeds from Plimoth Cinema directly support Plimoth's educational mission.

See you at the movies! 




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