Catch Ira Sachs’ new film Passages in cinemas with our MUBI GO deal

Crack Magazine is partnering with MUBI to offer readers two-months MUBI GO subscriptions for £20 – which includes eight trips to the cinema and streaming anytime. MUBI GO subscribers will be able to see a different film – hand-selected by MUBI’s curators – in cinemas each week. Sign up here.

Passages, the new love triangle comedy-drama from boundary-pushing US filmmaker Ira Sachs, was released today (1 September) and has been spotlighted as MUBI GO’s Film of the Week. The new film from the mind behind 2014’s Love Is Strange and 2012’s Keep the Lights On – among other projects – stars Franz Rogowski, Ben Whishaw, and Adèle Exarchopoulos and tackles themes of romantic chaos, intimacy and pleasure against a Parisian backdrop. Check out a trailer in the player above.

It’s been selected as MUBI GO Film of the Week from today (1 September) until next Thursday (7 September) over on MUBI GO – a subscription service from MUBI that offers members one ticket to a hand-picked film per week at participating cinemas in addition to access to all films currently streaming on the curated platform. MUBI GO subscribers can check out Passages for free at participating partner cinemas – including Picturehouse Cinemas, as well as Everyman, Curzon and more – UK-wide over the course of the spotlight week.

Forthcoming titles soon to be spotlighted as MUBI GO Film of the Week include Past Lives and Dumb Money, which are both slated for release this month. Hit supernatural horror film Talk to Me – a sequel for which was announced earlier this month – is among the films to be picked recently, alongside Wes Anderson’s Astroid City.

Find out more about MUBI GO here and read a recent interview with director Charlotte Regan, who talked us through five music videos that have had a formative influence on her career as well as debut feature, Scrapper.