Psychological thriller film based on the novel of the same name "We Need to Talk about Kevin" explores the fractious relationship between a mother and her evil son. Actress Tilda Swinton plays Eva, as she contends for 15 years with the increasing malevolence of her first-born child, Kevin. 7:45 and 10 p.m. Additional performances through April 18. O Cinema, 90 NW 29th St., Miami. $10.50. Details: (305) 571-9970 or www.o-cinema.org.
2012 Oscar Nominee for Best Documentary "Pina" is a dance film with the ensemble of the Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch, featuring the art of German choreographer, Pina Bausch, who died in the summer of 2009. 6:45 p.m. Additional screenings through March 21. Miami Beach Cinematheque, 1130 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. $8 members. $9 seniors and students. $10 others. Details: www.mbcinema.com.
Historical epic "La Rafle (The Roundup)" stars Mélanie Laurent and Jean Reno. On July 16, 1942, Hitler demanded the French government round up its Jews and put them on trains for concentration camps in the East. The film recreates the terror of this event, in which 13,000 Jews were rounded up in Paris. In French, German and Yiddish with English subtitles. 7 p.m. Additional screenings through March 18. Bill Cosford Cinema at the University of Miami, 1111 Memorial Drive, Coral Gables. UM students free. Seniors, UM Alumni, faculty, non-UM students and staff $7. $9 others. Details: (305) 284- 4861 or www.cosfordcinema.com.
"The Rescuers" uncovers the stories of 13 diplomats who, at much personal cost, saved tens of thousands of Jews during World War II. The film follows Sir Martin Gilbert, 20th century and Holocaust historian, and Stephanie Nyombayire, a young Rwandan anti-genocide activist who lost 100 members of her family in the Rwandan Genocide of the 1990s, as they travel across 15 countries and three continents interviewing survivors and descendants of the diplomats. Nyombayire and Gilbert explore and contemplate the past in part to try to understand what should be done to stop the ongoing genocide in Darfur and elsewhere. 9:15 p.m. Additional screenings through March 18. Bill Cosford Cinema at the University of Miami, 1111 Memorial Drive, Coral Gables. UM students free. Seniors, UM Alumni, faculty, non-UM students and staff $7. $9 others. Details: (305) 284- 4861 or www.cosfordcinema.com.
Giacomo Puccini's opera "La Boheme" follows four young friends in
the Latin Quarter of Paris in 1830. Colline, the philosopher; Schaunard, the musician; Marcello, the painter and Rodolfo, the journalist struggle to live and celebrate life against the background of industrialization, the supremacy of bourgeois values and an intellectual climate dominated by secular materialistism. Noon. Additional screening March 20 at 7 p.m. Bill Cosford Cinema at the University of Miami, 1111 Memorial Drive, Coral Gables. Free for UM students. $18 seniors, University of Miami alumni, faculty, non-UM students and staff. $22 others. Details: (305) 284- 4861 or www.cosfordcinema.com.
DINNER & A MOVIE
O Cinema and Michael's Genuine Food & Drink present "OMG! Dinner & a Movie" film screening and dinner event. Featuring "Jiro Dreams of Sushi," the story of 85-year-old Jiro Ono, considered by many to be the world's greatest sushi chef. He is the proprietor of Sukiyabashi Jiro, a 10-seat, sushi-only Tokyo subway station restaurant. Despite its humble appearances, it is a highly reviewed and sought place. 7 p.m. O-Cinema, 90 NW 29th St., Miami. $30 includes dinner and film. $40 VIP includes autographed book. Details: (305) 571-9970 or www.o-cinema.org.
In 1889, German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche witnessed the whipping of a horse in Turin, Italy. He tossed his arms around the horse's neck to protect it, then collapsed to the ground. In less than one month, Nietzsche would be diagnosed with a mental illness that would leave him bed-ridden and speechless for the next 11 years until his death. "The Turin Horse" follows up what happened to the horse with a fictionalized story. The man who whipped the horse is a rural farmer who makes his living taking on carting jobs into the city with his horse-drawn cart. The horse is old and in very poor health. The farmer and his daughter must come to the understanding that it will be unable to go on sustaining their livelihoods. The dying of the horse beocomes the foundation of this tragic tale. 8 p.m. Miami Beach Cinematheque, 1130 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. $8 members. $9 seniors and students. $10 others. Details: www.mbcinema.com.