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Repertory film listings for March 12-18, 2009.

Thu., March 12

An Egyptian Salad (105 min., 2007). Women's Cinema from Tangiers to Tehran (PFA, 6:30)

Two or Three Things I Know About Her (95 min., 1966). Preceded by We (30 min., 1969). The Way of the Termite: The Essay in Cinema (PFA, 8:35)

Satan's Cheerleaders (92 min., 1977). Plus live burlesque by the Cock-T's. Thrillville Presents Three Cheers for Greydon Clark! (EC, 9:15)

Friday, March 13

Adela (88 min., 2008). 27th San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (PFA, 6:30)

Half-Life (106 min.). Filmmaker Jennifer Phang in person. San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (PFA, 8:20)

Sat., March 14

24 City (107 min., 2008). San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (PFA, 3:30)

Tokyo Sonata (119 min., 2008). Filmmaker Kiyoshi Kurosawa in person. San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (PFA, 6:00)

Kanchivaram (117 min., 2008). San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (PFA, 9:00)

Sunset Boulevard (110 min., 1950). (EC, 6:00)

Sun., March 15

Project Kashmir (88 min., 2008). Filmmakers Senain Kheshgi and Geeta V. Patel in person. San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (PFA, 3:30)

The Equation of Love and Death (95 min., 2008). San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (PFA, 6:00)

Pulse (118 min., 2001). San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (PFA, 8:00)

Sunset Boulevard (110 min., 1950). (EC, 5:00)

Mon. March 16

I Heart Huckabees (107 min., 2004). Preceded by a lecture by Robert Sharf. Thinking about Not Thinking: Buddhism, Meditation, and Film (PFA, 3:00)

Tuesday, March 17

Lust, Caution (158 min., 2007). Preceded by a discussion between filmmaker Ang Lee and film scholar Linda Williams. San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (Wheeler Auditorium, UC Berkeley, 7:00)

Hedwig and the Angry Inch (95 min., 2001). Benefit for Pro Arts Gallery (PW, 9:15)

The Female Eye Film Festival. Four short films and one feature (Laney College Theatre, Oakland, 2:00)

Wed., March 18

Murmur of the Heart (118 min., 1971). Preceded by a lecture by Marilyn Fabe. Film 50: History of Cinema (PFA, 3:00)

The Revenge — A Visit from Fate (80 min., 1997). San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (PFA, 6:30)

The Revenge — The Scar That Never Fades (83 min., 1997). San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (PFA, 8:15)

Trashed. Followed by a discussion with filmmaker Grant Williams (Humanist Hall, Oakland, 7:30)

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