A medical caregiver (Salma Hayek) attends a dinner at the home of a wealthy client and begins to question the morality of how a fellow guest has earned his money.
Miguel Arteta
Salma Hayek John Lithgow Chloƫ Sevigny Connie Britton David Warshofsky Amy Landecker Jay Duplass John Early
R 1 hour, 23 minutes

6.30.177.20.17

BEATRIZ AT DINNER

by Miguel Arteta

A medical caregiver (Salma Hayek) attends a dinner at the home of a wealthy client and begins to question the morality of how a fellow guest has earned his money.

Synopsis

At an elegant dinner party in a swanky hilltop home, conversation between a soft-spoken holistic healer and a hard-nosed businessman explodes into a bitter clash of cultures in Beatriz at Dinner, the latest provocative film from director Miguel Arteta and screenwriter Mike White. Exploring the widening gulf between the world’s haves and have-nots with fierce insight and unexpected humor, Beatriz at Dinner addresses contemporary controversies, from economic inequality and conservation to the necessity of simple human kindness.

Beatriz (Salma Hayek), a self-effacing and spiritual immigrant from Mexico, has spent her adult life caring for the sick while neglecting herself. When her car breaks down and she is stranded at a client’s luxurious Newport Beach home overnight, her well-meaning employer Kathy (Connie Britton) insists she join them for a dinner party that evening. At an intimate and sumptuous celebration of her husband’s latest business venture, Beatriz is introduced to Doug Strutt (John Lithgow), a ruthless billionaire real-estate developer. She listens uncomfortably while Doug brags about his aggressive business tactics, but when he boasts about shooting a rhino in Africa, she can no longer hold her tongue. As opposing worldviews collide over a dinner table, Beatriz’s pent up outrage spills out in a way that surprises even herself.


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With

Salma Hayek, John Lithgow, Chloƫ Sevigny, Connie Britton, David Warshofsky, Amy Landecker, Jay Duplass, John Early

Director

Miguel Arteta

Run time

1 hour, 23 minutes

Released

June 9, 2017

Distributed by

Roadside Attractions

Country

USA

Showing

Jun 30 through Jul 20

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r
for language and a scene of violence

Reviews

Peter Travers Rolling Stone
A.O. Scott The New York Times
Justin Chang Los Angeles Times

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