FINAL SCREENING! When we meet Lydia Tár, the first-ever female chief conductor of a major German orchestra, she's widely considered one of the world's greatest living composers. She has her life attuned to the tip of her baton. But when the transactional world she's orchestrated begins to unravel, this film, the third from director Todd Field, becomes all about the ways that art can and can't save us from the discordant, messy and utterly human modern world. Cate Blanchett completely inhabits the role of the monstrous, spiraling Tár, in what many are calling a career-best performance.