Jeannette, The Childhood of Joan of Arc

Synopsis

The ever-unpredictable Bruno Dumont (Slack Bay) takes another thrilling hairpin turn with this audacious, 15th century-set heavy metal musical composed by Igorrr (aka Gautier Serre). It’s 1425, and 8-year-old shepherdess Jeannette—the future Joan of Arc—already has the weight of the French nation on her shoulders as she grapples with matters of the soul, the ongoing Hundred Years’ War, and the feeling that she is meant for something great. Along the way there are head-banging nuns, surreal angelic visions, and a cavalcade of hard-stomping electro-rock song and dance numbers recorded live on location. The result is an ecstatically unique and transportive experience that is, at heart, the story of a young heroine realizing her destiny

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Showtimes

Bloomington - July 6-July 16 -The Ryder Film Series

Cleveland - June 23-24 - Cleveland Cinematheque

Nashville - June 28-July 1 - Belcourt Theatre

Oklahoma City - July 13 - Oklahoma City Museum of Art