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See these films: "Three Films By Terrence Malick" @ the Paramount

Badlands (1973)

Since Stanley Kubrick died, Terrence Malick has had no rival when it comes to obsessive, visionary directors who take forever to make a movie. You can catch most of his œuvre in "Three Films By Terrence Malick" at ArtsEmerson: his first and perhaps best, Badlands (1973; May 20 @ 7 pm + May 21 @ 9 pm), the only crime-spree film to rival Bonnie and Clyde; Days of Heaven (1978; May 20 @ 9 pm + May 21 @ 7 pm), perhaps the most visually beautiful American film ever; and The New World (2005; May 21 @ 2 pm + May 22 @ 7 pm), which, well, has lots of foliage. It's a great way to prepare for the May 27 release of Malick's eagerly awaited new The Tree of Life, at the Paramount Center, 559 Washington St, Boston | Friday, May 29 | $10; $7.50 seniors; $5 students | artsemerson.org

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