On Wednesday, 12/7, we continue our screenings with the masterpiece film “l’atalante” (B/W, 1934, 89′) by Jean Vigo.
“Atalanti in mythology was the only woman who was an Argonaut, and this is the name of a riverboat with a young captain, an elderly helper and a child for all the chores.” Our journey and history begins with its “invasion” A young woman who just married the captain. This will change the balance on board and bring a different note.
Poetic realism, lyricism, comic installments in a film that greatly influenced the whole of French cinema and beyond. Add two dream scenes with a small dose of surrealism and set one of the greatest studies in love. It deserves its view and not just for cinema-encyclopedic reasons. ”
Wednesday, 12/5, at 20:45. Like all summer, in the renovated, very beautiful garden of Mesopotamia – Plato 13, Moschato.
Entrance is free of charge but, if you wish, you can contribute to the “Solidarity Shopping Basket” with long-term food and the Mesopotamian Solidarity School with stationery.
We are looking forward to seeing you!