But is it a good movie?

By CHRISTOPHER GRAY  |  November 11, 2010

Christopher Gray can be reached at christopher.ellis.gray@gmail.com.

THE CREMASTER CYCLE | directed by Matthew Barney | produced by Barney and Barbara Gladstone | distributed by International Film Circuit | screens at Movies at the Museum Nov 18-21 | Nov 18: Cremaster 1 & 2 @ 7 pm (119m) | Nov 19: Cremaster 3 @ 7 pm (182m) | Nov 20: Cremaster 4 & 5 @ 7 pm (97m) | Nov 21: Cremaster 1 & 2 @ 1 pm; Cremaster 3 @ 3:30 pm; Cremaster 4 & 5 @ 7 pm | $10 per screening, $20 for Cycle pass | space538.org or moviesatthemuseum.org for tickets

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