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SPIFF 209: The night ends in mystery


And, finally, the last day of the 2019 Spokane International Film Festival has arrived. The evening, which will take place at the Magic Lantern, comprises two feature films:

7 p.m. — "You Go to My Head": A young woman survives a car accident in the desert, but she's lost all memory of who she is. Then the man who rescues her tells her that she's his wife. The problem comes when she begins to remember who she really is. Shot in Morocco, the film is in French, Flemish, English and various Berber languages with subtitles.

7:30 p.m. — "Jupiter's Moon": A young Syrian man and his father try to sneak into Hungary, are met with force and during the resulting struggle the young man discovers a mysterious power. An unscrupulous doctor then tries to take advantage of the situation, which is rife with corruption. In Hungarian with English subtitles.

Note: Online tickets to both features are sold out. Tickets will be available at the door pending pass-holder demand.

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