Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore

Tucson Birthday screening in 35mm!

Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 20 AT 7:30PM

Regular Admission Prices

Passes Accepted

The Loft Cinema celebrates Tucson’s birthday (born August 20, 1775) with a special 50th anniversary 35mm screening of Martin Scorsese’s classic 1974 Oscar-winner Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore, starring Ellen Burstyn, Kris Kristofferson and Jodi Foster, filmed right here in the Old Pueblo! See the Chicago Music Store on Congress, the Monterey Village Shopping Center on Speedway, the Longhorn Grill & Saloon in Amado, and other Tucson landmarks on the big screen, in all their 1970s glory!

Grab a free slice of Tucson Birthday Cake (while supplies last), and enter our free Prize Raffle for fantastic Tucson-centric prizes! It may be true that Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore, but she’ll always have a home at The Loft Cinema!

In his big screen follow-up to Mean Streets, director Martin Scorsese traded the tough turf of New York City for the dusty trails of Tucson, Arizona in this beautifully-constructed, emotionally-satisfying drama starring Ellen Burstyn in her Academy Award-winning role as single mother/diner waitress Alice Hyatt. After her husband dies unexpectedly, 35-year-old lounge singer Alice (Burstyn) and her bratty 12-year-old son Tommy (Alfred Lutter) leave their small New Mexico town, headed for California and an uncertain future. Along the way, Alice’s pursuit of broken dreams force them to settle in Tucson instead, where Alice lands a waitressing job at Mel’s Diner. While slinging hash and serving coffee, she befriends the sassy Flo (Diane Ladd) and meets and falls in love with a divorced farmer named David (Kris Kristofferson), which may change her dreams of getting back on the road to make it big as a singer in California. Featuring great supporting turns from future Taxi Driver co-stars Jodi Foster (as a tough-talking teen delinquent) and Harvey Keitel (as one of Alice’s not-so-nice suitors), Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore conveys a then-timely sense of strength and endurance from a single mother in hard times, winning Burstyn a well-deserved Best Actress Oscar, launching Scorsese’s major studio career and inspiring the hit ‘70s TV sitcom, Alice. (Dir. by Martin Scorsese, 1974, USA, 112 mins., Not Rated)

1 HR 52 MIN | NR

Released 1974
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