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Arts Calendar / October 10 / Film
09:10. Documentary. Great Britain, Germany, Denmark, USA 2019, 90 min. Directed by Viktor Kossakovsky. In English, Russian and Spanish. A unique film about the transformative beauty and power of water, shot at 96 frames per second. Documentary great Viktor Kossakovsky takes audiences on a trip around the whole world to show water in all of its various forms: from the frozen Baikal to Hurricane Irma, as it makes landfall in Miami; from the glaciers of Greenland to the grandiose Angel waterfall in Venezuela. Water is the star of this film, and people cannot resist its absolute power and capricious will. Thanks to innovative filming technology, all of its fickle states appear on screen as nobody has ever seen them before.
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Celle que Vous Croyez
11:10. Drama, Melodrama. France, Belgium 2019, 101 min. Directed by Safy Nebbou. Starring: Juliette Binoche, Nicole Garcia, François Civil, Marie-Ange Casta, Guillaume Gouix, Charles Berling. In French with Russian subtitles. Claire, a 50-year-old divorced teacher, creates a fake account on Facebook as a 24-year-old woman with the picture of a young brunette in order to stalk her young lover. She sends his best friend Alex a friend request — and he responds. Light virtual flirting turns into a shared attraction, and soon Alex asks to meet in person. She must lie to him about trips, work, and even about a jealous ex. The more confused the situation becomes, the harder it is for Claire to stand it. She is in love with Alex, while he is in love with her fake alter ego. Claire is torn between her love and the need to admit to her lies — which means losing that love forever.
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Io, Leonardo
13:20. Drama, Biography. Italy 2019, 90 min. Directed by Jesus Garces Lambert. Starring: Luca Argentero, Angela Fontana, Francesco Pannofino, Massimo De Lorenzo. In Italian with Russian subtitles. A deep dive into the consciousness of one of the greatest artists, scientists and inventors of the Renaissance, Leonardo Da Vinci, with the help of innovative technologies that bring his pictures and frescos alive on screen. This feature-documentary project, shot in 4K, tells the story of the genius’ life and work, lifting the curtain on the creation of the Mona Lisa, Last Supper, and other masterpieces. This is a new, inspiring film experiment from the creators of “Michelangelo: Infinito” and “Caravaggio: The Soul and the Blood.”
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Love, Antosha
23:20. Documentary, Biography. USA 2019, 92 min. Directed by Garret Price. Starring: Anton Yelchin, J.J. Abrams, Sofia Boutella. In English with Russian subtitles. The story of the tragically short life of actor Anton Yelchin, who died as a result of an unfortunate accident in 2016. Anton was born in the Soviet Union to a family of professional figure skaters and was just half a year old when his parents brought him to the United States. He became an actor at age nine. He was distinguished not just by his remarkable talent, but also by his sincere interest in and love for art and people, as well as his curiosity and bravery in discovering his dark side. Anton after in films, made music, sang, took pictures, and even had time to become a director and shoot his first film. He was unsatisfiable and tried to live life to the fullest, as though he knew that he would never have to grow old.
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