Search Museum of the Moving Image

Face masks are recommended in the building and required during screenings. Read updated guidelines for safety.




35mm print courtesy of the Harvard Film Archive. With Jeremy Irons. Made while Skolimowski was living in self-imposed exile in London, during the imposition of martial law in Poland and the rise of Solidarity, Moonlighting stars Irons as a Polish contractor brought to England to manage the renovation of a countryman’s flat. “Moonlighting is a wickedly pointed movie that takes a simple little story, tells it with humor and truth, and turns it into a knife in the side of the Polish government,” wrote Roger Ebert.

Free with Museum admission.