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Arts Calendar / September 19 / Film
Bunuel En El Laberinto De Las Tortugas
10:30. Animation, Biography, Drama. Spain, Netherlands, Germany 2018, 80 min. Directed by Salvador Simó. In Spanish and French with Russian subtitles. Luis Buñuel thought he was destined for stardom of surrealism, but is left with nothing. He is offered a documentary on one of the poorest areas in Spain, Las Hurdes, but he has no money. His friend, the sculptor Ramón Acín, buys a lottery ticket with the promise that he will pay for the film, he wins and keeps his promise. Reality, memories of his childhood, Salvador Dalí and dreams are mixed in his mind, endangering the film and his friendship with Ramón. From there will arise the Buñuel of the future. But what is left on the way? How much will that step cost?
Capital in the Twenty-First Century
11:30. Documentary. France, New Zealand 2019, 103 min. Directed by Justin Pemberton. In English with Russian subtitles. This film is based on the best-selling book by French economist Thomas Piketty. It is a bold, powerful statement on the nature of wealth and power which breaks down the widespread notion that the accumulation of capital goes hand-in-hand with progress. Traveling through time from the French Revolution to the World Wars and other global historical shifts to contemporary pop culture and the development of technology, the film sheds new light on the inner workings of the world around us, growing socioeconomic inequality and a troubling future in which two-thirds of people will be poorer than their parents.
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IT Chapter Two
15:30. Horror, Thriller. USA 2019, 165 min. Directed by Andy Muschietti. Starring: Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy, Bill Skarsgard, Bill Hader, Jake Weary, Jay Ryan, Isaiah Mustafa, Andy Bean. In English with Russian subtitles. The demonic clown Pennywise returns for the second part of the adaptation of Stephen King’s famous novel. 27 years ago, the guys from the Losers Club came face to face with their most terrifying nightmare. They thought that they defeated the ancient evil living underneath the town of Derry, but they were wrong. It has reawakened and wants more victims. The grown heroes who tried to forget about everything that happened to them must defeat the fear deep in their souls and come back to the city of their childhood. The next battle will be even more dangerous, but it must be the last.
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Where'd You Go, Bernadette
09:20. Melodrama, Comedy, Detective. USA 2019, 130 min. Directed by Richard Linklater. Starring: Cate Blanchett, Judy Greer, Kristen Wiig, Billy Crudup, Laurence Fishburne, Emma Nelson. In English with Russian subtitles. Bernadette Fox became one of the brightest stars in the architecture world at a young age. She got a special “genius” grant for building a house that was ahead of its time. But over the past twenty years, Bernadette hasn’t created anything. She’s hidden from the world in rainy Seattle, totally dedicating her life to her family and turning into a strange lady that everyone avoids. But when her daughter asks her for a trip to Antarctica, all the walls that Bernadette has built around herself come falling down. And one day, she simply…disappears. Where’d you go, Bernadette?
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