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Though it’s been around since 1925, it’s in the past decade that Nashville’s last historic neighborhood theater has come into its own as one of the country’s leading arthouse cinemas — a movie lover’s magnet for foreign and indie films, repertory tributes to everyone from Barbara Stanwyck to Robert Bresson, and raucous midnight screenings with accompanying drink specials (eww, David Cronenberg’s Videodrome). Patrons have included Nicole Kidman, Jack White, Reese Witherspoon, punk auteurs Harmony Korine and Gaspar Noe, and dudes dressed as mummies.

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