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Experience Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘Punch-Drunk Love’ With a Live Orchestra This March

Experience Paul Thomas Anderson's 'Punch-Drunk Love' With a Live Orchestra This March


Though it’s been well over a decade since Paul Thomas Anderson’s flighty romance “Punch-Drunk Love” last appeared in theaters, New York’s own BAM Howard Gilman Opera House has plans for bringing the Adam Sandler-starring jaunt to new cinematic life. 

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Characterized, like much of Anderson’s early feature work, by Jon Brion’s soaring original score, BAM will present a screening of the film with a live performance of the film’s score, performed by 45 members of New Yorks’ Wordless Music Orchestra, led by conductor Ryan McAdams. 

The screening will be presented on March 19. Tickets are not yet available. Check BAM’s official website for updated information on this event.

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