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Arts Calendar / August 5 / Film
Blanche Comme Neige
10:20. Comedy, Drama. France, Belgium 2019, 112 min. Directed by Anne Fontaine. Starring: Lou de Laâge, Isabelle Huppert, Charles Berling. In French with Russian subtitles. Claire, a beautiful young woman, arouses the all-consuming jealousy of her stepmother Maud, who hires someone to kill her. Saved at the last minute by a mysterious man who takes her to his farm, Claire decides to stay in this small village, where she causes quite a stir: one, two, and soon seven men fall under her charm. For Claire this is the beginning of a radical emancipation, both charnel and romantic.
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Fight Club
09:10, 00:15. Thriller, drama, crime. USA 1999, 139 min. Directed by David Fincher. Starring: Edward Norton, Brad Pitt, Helena Bonham Carter, Meat Loaf, Jared Leto. In English with Russian subtitles. This cult classic film that transformed the minds of Generation X returns to the big screen. Based on Chuck Palahniuk’s novel of the same name, David Fincher created a complex phantasmagorical construction based on bitter disappointment in the American drama and the hopeless search for lost manhood. The result was a brash mix of outstanding filmmaking, sharp satire, dark philosophy, and a death sentence to the contemporary culture of consumption, which is no less relevant today than when it was released 20 years ago.
Pioner Cinema on Kutuzovsky 
Ophelia
11:50. Melodrama. UK, USA 2018, 114 min. Directed by Claire McCarthy. Starring: Daisy Ridley, Naomi Watts, Clive Own, Tom Felton. In English with Russian subtitles. Shakespeare’s great tragedy is well-known to all, but Claire McCarthy offers a unique look at what happened in the state of Denmark. Young Ophelia, who loves reading and is utterly uninterested in traditional girlish pursuits, arrives in King Hamlet’s court and finds herself drawn into a vortex of political intrigue and dark magic. She falls in love with the charismatic, impulsive prince, but their romance must be kept a secret. Meanwhile, tempers are boiling over in the royal family, which could separate the lovers and even threaten their lives as a result. Left alone amid traitors and enemies, Ophelia has to take her fate into her own hands.
Pioner Cinema on Kutuzovsky 
Pavarotti
19:20. Documentary. UK, USA 2019, 114 min. Directed by Ron Howard. In English with Russian subtitles. A biography of the legendary tenor from Oscar-winning director Ron Howard. The film includes previously unpublished video footage, as well as interviews with Pavarotti’s family members, friends, and colleagues. This is a simultaneously exciting and intimate story of the life and career of one of the biggest opera stars of the 20th century: Luciano Pavarotti. The son of a baker from a tiny provincial town, he shared his art all around the world for his entire life, opening the world of opera to millions of grateful listeners and winning hearts along the way. His unbelievable voice and talent brought him fame and wealthy, but Pavarotti never forgot his roots, always helping everyday people and solving their problems just like he solved his own: with humor, love, and total commitment.
Pioner Cinema on Kutuzovsky 
The Lion King
14:10. Family. USA 2019, 118 min. Directed by Jon Favreau. Starring: Donald Glover, Seth Rogen, Chiwetel Ejiofor, James Earl Jones, Beyonce. In English with Russian subtitles. The story of a brave lion cub named Simba, which won the hearts of millions of people around the world, returns to the big screen in a new and spectacular film from Disney, “The Lion King!” The characters we remember from childhood grow up, fall in love, discover themselves, make mistakes, and ultimately choose the right path. Thanks to unique digital technologies, their adventures now look more realistic than ever. Jon Favreau gives audiences the ability to see the rich colors of the endless savannah, come into contact with the glory of wild nature, and feel like a part of this unbelievable world.
Pioner Cinema on Kutuzovsky 
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