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Hitchcock Holocaust Movie, Mad Max and Hyperrealism – What to Do in Moscow on Thursday

Hyperrealism. When Reality Becomes Illusion (Giperrealizm. Kogda Realnost Stanovitsya Illyuziyei): Soviet hyperrealism from the 1960s to the early 1990s. New Tretyakov Gallery.

The Untouchable Lightness of Being (Neprikosnovennaya Lyogkost Bytiya): Brigitte Nahon's sculptural works address opposites: balance and imbalance, solidity and fragility, heaviness and lightness, the temporary and the eternal. Iragui Gallery. 7 Malaya Polyanka. Metro Polyanka. 8-903-562-7241.

Livre d'Artiste: illustrations by Spanish artists Joan Miro and Antoni Tapies. Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts. 12 Volkhonka, Metro Kropotkinskaya, Borovitskaya, 495-697-9578.

Hyperrealism. When Reality Becomes Illusion (Giperrealizm. Kogda Realnost Stanovitsya Illyuziyei): Soviet hyperrealism from the 1960s to the early 1990s. New Tretyakov Gallery. 10 Krymsky Val. Metro Oktyabrskaya, Park Kultury. 499-230-7788.

Foreign-Language Movies

Night Will Fall: Researchers discover film footage from World War II that turns out to be a lost documentary shot by Alfred Hitchcock and Sidney Bernstein in 1945 about German concentration camps. Andre Singer's 2014 version.

Center of Documentary Cinema: 2 Zubovsky Bulvar. Metro Park Kultury. 495-637-7919. At 7 p.m. In English; Russian subtitles.

Mad Max: Fury Road (Bezumny Max: Doroga Yarosti, 2015): In a stark desert after the destruction of civilization, two rebels may be able to restore order: Max, a man of action and of few words, and Furiosa, a woman of action. George Miller's action adventure starring Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron and Nicholas Hoult.

35MM: 47/24 Ulitsa Pokrovka. Metro Krasniye Vorota, Kurskaya. 495-780-9142. At 10 a.m. In English; Russian subtitles.

Pioner: 21 Kutuzovsky Prospekt. Metro Kutozovskaya. 499-240-5240. At 2:40 p.m. In English; Russian subtitles.

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