FILM: Frank Langella stars in Robot & Frank, as an aging and isolated cat-burglar quietly battling dementia from his rustic home in upstate New York, who receives a robot helper and friend from his son, played by James Marsden. The film also features Liv Tyler as his globetrotting daughter, as his frustrated son and Susan Sarandon as the local librarian. (7 p.m., Sundance Kabuki Cinemas, 1881 Post Street)

MUSIC: Chanteuse Jennifer Muhawi and pianist Douglas McKeehan will celebrate the release of their album, Ciel de Paris, featuring classic French songs from the late 1800′s through 1966, such as Edith Piaf, Charles Trenet, or even jazz standards that crossed over to France. (6 p.m., Hotel Rex Library Bar, 562 Sutter Street)

THEATER: In the comedy, FWD: Life Gone Viral, Marsh artists-in-residence, Charlie Varon and David Ford, "skewer the brave new world of internet exhibitionism," covering topics such as marriage, divorce, child-rearing, terminal illness, transmogrified flies and beef jerky. (7 p.m., The Marsh San Francisco, 1062 Valencia Street)