Aperture Cinema in Winston-Salem opens three new films on Friday | Entertainment
NEW FILMS: Aperture Cinema, 311 W. Fourth St., Winston Salem, will open three films on Friday. In “The Tragedy of Macbeth” Macbeth, the Thane of Glamis, receives a prophecy from a trio of witches that he will one day become King of Scotland. Devoured by ambition and pushed into action by his wife, Macbeth assassinates his king and takes the throne for himself (noted R, 105 minutes). In “The Scary of Sixty-First,” college buddies Noelle and Addie stumble upon the deal of their lives while looking for an apartment: a chic duplex on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. But shortly after moving in, a more sinister image of the apartment emerges when a mysterious woman arrives and claims the property belonged to the infamous and recently deceased Jeffrey Epstein (unrated, 81 minutes). In “A Hero”, Rahim (Amir Jadidi) is in prison because of a debt he could not repay. During a two-day leave, he tries to convince his creditor (Mohsen Tanabandeh) to withdraw his complaint against the payment of part of the sum. But things did not go as planned (noted PG-13, 127 minutes). Customers aged 12 and over must provide proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test within 48 hours. Masks are mandatory when guests are not eating or drinking. To find out more, visit openecinema.com.
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