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Tuesday, March 13

After a lengthy hiatus, the CHARLOTTE FILM SOCIETY returns for its latest "Second Week Series," albeit at a new location. After offering its titles at the Manor Theatre for many years, the organization will now present its movies at the Park Terrace. March's lineup, to be screened starting today, consists of Jean-Pierre Melville's 1969 Army of Shadows (which didn't reach US shores until last year), the offbeat road trip flick Old Joy, and the German psychological drama Requiem. For a review of Army of Shadows, see this week's Flicks section; for CFS membership details and costs, go to

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