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Arts Calendar / August 31 / Film
Bill & Ted Face the Music
11:55, 00:05. Comedy, fantasy, music. USA 2020, 96 min. Directed by Dean Parisot. Starring: Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter, Kristen Schall, Samara Weaving, Brigette Lundy-Paine, William Sadler. In English with Russian subtitles. The long-awaited sequel to your favorite comedies about two time-traveling slackers. In their youth, Bill and Ted believed that they would become true rock legends and that their music would change the world. However, the years passed, the friends grew up and it looked like they would have to forget about rock and roll forever. But 30 years later, an alien from the future appears in their quiet, boring lives and informs them that they must write a song that will save the Universe from destruction. This takes Bill and Ted on an incredible new adventure. The stakes are higher than ever, but their daughters, a new group of historical figures, and several musical legends come to the rescue.
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Inception
16:15. Fantasy, action, thriller. USA, UK 2010, 148 min. Directed by Christopher Nolan. Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ellen Page, Tom Hardy. In English with Russian subtitles. Cobb is a talented thief, the best of the best in the dangerous art of extraction: he steals valuable secrets from the depths of the subconscious during sleep, when the human mind is most vulnerable. Cobb's rare abilities made him a valuable player in the treacherous world of industrial espionage, but they also turned him into an eternal fugitive and robbed him of everything he had ever loved. But now Cobb has a chance to correct his mistakes. His last case could bring everything back, but for this he needs to do the impossible: an inception. Instead of a perfect theft, Cobb and his team of specialists will have to do the opposite. Now their task is not to steal an idea, but to implant it. If they succeed, it will be the perfect crime. But no amount of planning or skill can prepare the team to face a dangerous opponent who seems to anticipate their every move. An enemy that only Cobb can see.
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Theatre HD Live in Cinema: Don Carlo
The Metropolitan Opera 2010, 215 min. Directed by Nicolas Hytner. Starring: Roberto Alagna, Marina Poplavskaya, Simon Keenlyside. In Italian. Director Nicholas Hytner, who made his Met debut with this production, brings out all the passionate intensity that is at the heart of Verdi’s monumental drama. Don Carlo (Roberto Alagna), the Spanish crown prince, and Elizabeth of Valois (Marina Poplavskaya), daughter of the King of France, fall in love, only to be torn apart by international politics when Carlo’s father, King Philip II (Ferruccio Furlanetto), decides to marry Elizabeth himself. Carlo’s friend, Rodrigo (Simon Keenlyside), plays a dangerous game, balancing his political aims with the trust of his monarch. And when the beautiful Princess Eboli (Anna Smirnova) discovers her love for Don Carlo is not returned, her revenge terribly backfires. Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts the Met orchestra and chorus. Watch online here.
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Theatre HD Live in Cinema: Falstaff
The Metropolitan Opera 2013, 186 min. Directed by Robert Carsen. Starring: Ambrogio Maestri, Lisette Oropesa, Angela Meade. In Italian. Verdi’s brilliant final masterpiece Falstaff has its first new Met production in nearly 50 years, conducted by James Levine and directed by Robert Carsen. Ambrogio Maestri and Nicola Alaimo take on the iconic basso buffo role of Sir John Falstaff, the boorish, blustery character originally seen in Shakespeare’s Henry IV and Merry Wives of Windsor. Angela Meade sings Alice Ford, one of many objects of Falstaff’s affection, and Stephanie Blythe is the sharp-tongued Mistress Quickly in a cast that also includes Lisette Oropesa as Nannetta, Jennifer Johnson Cano as Meg Page, Paolo Fanale in his Met debut as Fenton, and Franco Vassallo as Ford. The International Herald Tribune praised Carsen’s staging, first seen at the Royal Opera, Covent Garden, as a “production of eye-catching ingenuity.” Watch online here.
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