Now Showing: ‘Invisible Life’ on January 4

HamptonsFilm is pleased to continue to curate the hit screening series NOW SHOWING, featuring acclaimed first-run, art house, independent, and world cinema.

On January 4, join HamptonsFilm + Guild Hall for Brazil’s INVISIBLE LIFE, directed by Karim Aïnouz, Brazil’s official entry into the Oscars® race for Best International Feature Film.


Guild Hall
Saturday, January 4 | 6:00 pm | Tickets

Directed by Karim Aïnouz
(Brazil/Germany, 2019, 139 minutes)

Rio De Janeiro, 1950. Euridice and Guida are inseparable sisters bristling at the conservative rules of their household. Although their parents’ expectations are that they will get married and start a family, both sisters have their own secret dreams, shared only with each other. Euridice dreams of studying the piano at the Vienna Conservatory, while Guida dreams of great love and of traveling across the globe. But while Euridice complies with her parents’ wishes, Guida defies them, embarrassing her father, who resorts to deceit in order to keep the sisters apart. Hélène Louvart’s luscious, light-filtered cinematography shines in Karim Aïnouz’s heady, mesmerizing exploration of arrested dreams, which won him the top prize in the Un Certain Regard section at this year’s Cannes Film Festival.

Brazil’s official entry for the Best International Feature Film Oscar®

Tickets are $15 for general admission and $13 for HamptonsFilm and Guild Hall members. HamptonsFilm members: purchase tickets online from Guild Hall and select ‘member price’ to receive your discount (your name will be checked against our member roster). Enjoy!