See this film: El Topo at the Coolidge

The '60s officially ended for many baby boomers when they stumbled into a midnight screening of El Topo (1970) and something happened to their minds that was unpleasant and irrevocable. Here's your chance to share the same experience as the Coolidge Corner Theatre presents Alejandro Jodorowsky's ecstatic, nonsensical, visionary psychedelic Western. Jodorowsky himself stars as the title hero ("The Mole"), who roams a surreal landscape peopled by freaks and cripples in search of whatever it was that gave so many the creeps long ago. The Coolidge is at 290 Harvard St, Brookline | January 28-29 @ midnight | $9 | 617.734.2500 or

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