Monday, May 27

* Martin Scorsese Presents After the Curfew
* Political theatre and death dance at FTA
* The Night of the Hunter at Cinéma 17
* M.O.P. and Bronze Nazareth at Underworld
* Statue Park, Human Human and Montoire at Casa

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After the Curfew, screening at the PHI Centre tonight

Martin Scorsese Presents After the Curfew, an Indonesian classic that’s part of a series of films restored by the World Cinema Foundation. Read our interview with Mathieu Roy about this event here. PHI Centre (407 St-Pierre),  7 p.m., free admission, limited seats

It’s the last chance to catch two very different acts at Festival TransAmériques. Nella Tempesta is a politically motivated piece by Italian theatre group MOTUS (Place des Arts, 175 Ste-Catherine W., Cinquième Salle, 8 p.m., $43), while Marie Brassard’s Trieste explores the Land of the Dead through dance (Usine C, 1345 Lalonde, 8 p.m., $43).

Cinéma 17 screens Charles Laughton’s 1955 film The Night of the Hunter, one of the greatest thrillers ever made. Le Cagibi (5490 St-Laurent), 9 p.m., by donation

Brooklyn’s own M.O.P. and Wu-Tang affiliate Bronze Nazareth are at Cabaret Underworld, so ante up. 1403 Ste-Elisabeth, 9 p.m., $20/$50/$95

On the indie-pop front, locals Statue Park, Human Human (formerly Girl) and Montoire stack up to a sweet triple bill at Casa del Popolo. 4873 St-Laurent, 9 p.m., $10

Check out our complete listings for more great club, stage and gallery events.

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