New To San Francisco Theaters Starting Friday, September 30th

A Countess, a Pieter Bruegel painting, dancing Italians, a couple of hicks fighting evil, and a teary account of the AIDS epidemic in San Francisco.  What do all these things have in common?  They’re all featured in new films opening this week in San Francisco theaters.  To see the full list of films and where they’re playing follow the jump.

The Mill and The Cross (One Week Only!)(Embarcadero Center Cinema)

A reconstruction from Bruegel’s preparatory drawings into the deeper meaning of scenes.

Mysteries of Lisbon (Embarcadero Center Cinema)

Follows a jealous countess, a wealthy businessman, and a young orphaned boy across Portugal, France, Italy and Brazil where they connect with a variety of mysterious individuals.

Passione (SFFS/New People Cinema)

A look at the musical roots and traditions of Naples, Italy, as well as its influence on the rest of the world.

Sarah Palin: You Betcha! (Sundance Kabuki Cinemas)

Nick Broomfield goes in pursuit of Sarah Palin, interviewing her family and friends, for a decidedly unauthorized perspective on this growing force in American politics.

Tucker & Dale vs Evil (Lumiere Theatre)

Tucker & Dale are on vacation at their dilapidated mountain cabin when they are attacked by a group of preppy college kids.

We Were Here (One Week Only!)(Castro Theatre)

A deep and reflective look at the arrival and impact of AIDS in San Francisco and how individuals rose to the occasion during the first years of this unimaginable crisis.

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