Milano – From 17 to 25 September 2021 in the movie theater of Meet, the new center for digital culture in Milan, the Milan Film Archive presents a tribute to Jean Paul Belmondo in three films to relive his performances on the big screen after the recent death of the great French actor.
Milano – One of the great classics of cinema is being shown My drug is called Julie by François Truffaut: two stars like Jean-Paul Belmondo and Catherine Deneuve become protagonists of a story of overwhelming passion, which becomes a path of rebellion and escape from the conditioning of the self and of society, towards the realization of a love that becomes madness. Despite the poor public success achieved when it was released in theaters in 1969, My drug is called Julie is one of the films most dear to director Truffaut. The film is proposed in the original language with Italian subtitles Saturday 18 September every 16.00, Wednesday 22 September at 18.30 and Saturday 25 September every 6.30 p.m.
Milano – The review also includes two films by Jean-Pierre Melville: The spy, from 1962, a sort of noir on the themes of virile friendship, destiny and betrayal; And Leon Morin prete, from 1961, pervaded by an intriguing atmosphere of carnal, psychological and divine seduction where an enchanting Emmanuelle Riva and a perfect Jean-Paul Belmondo move in the role of priest. The spy is projected Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th September, respectively at 18.30 and 21.00; Leon Morin prete Friday 17th September every 18.15.
I tickets for individual screenings they cost € 7.50 (reduced € 6 for students and owners of Cinetessera 2020). For more information call 02 87242114 or write a email.
This event was updated with new information on 09/15/2021 at 9:46 pm.
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