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‘Groundhog’ has its day

By Alex Kuczynski

A recent movie series at New York City’s Museum of Modern Art, “The Hidden God: Film and Faith,” featured some pretty brooding stuff. There was a 1955 Danish movie about a man who thinks he is Jesus Christ, an Ingmar Bergman pastiche about a tormented pastor, a Roberto Rossellini movie about monks. These were, of course, the “intellectual with a capital I” films that audiences might expect at a religious-theme retrospective organized by a major museum.

With one exception. The opening-night feature at the Gramercy Theater, where the series was being presented, was Groundhog Day, the 1993 movie starring comedic actor Bill Murray as a sarcastic TV weatherman forced by a twist of fate and magic to relive one day of his life, Feb. 2, over and over again.

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