From 14.10. To 30.10.2020.
All films have Croatian subtitles.
Ticket is 20 kina, for members 10 kuna.
Wojciech Jerzy Has
This is a historical drama from the 16th century focused on Sir Thomas Moore. King Henry VIII wants to divorce his wife Catherine of Aragon in order to marry Anne Boleyn. Since he is a catholic he has to get the permission for divorce from the Pope himself. Moore is a catholic with strict moral standards and is opposed to the king’s request. However, the king is persistent and Moore is in danger due to his rigid moral principles.
The film won 6 Oscars.
This is the film adaptation of the theatre play that premiered on Broadway in 1959, starring, both in theatre and on film, Sidney Poitier and Ruby Dee as Walter Lee and Ruth Younger. The couple lives in an apartment in Chicago with Walter’s mother Lena and sister Beneatha. As a poor black family, they experience many obstacles. Walter works as a driver and is unhappy with the fact that he cannot take better care of his family.
At the time of Napoleon wars, a young cavalry officer finds an old book that he believes to be about his grandfather. The book deals with labyrinth adventures of the Belgian captain Alfonso van Worden, whose trip through the supernatural wilderness of Spain draws him into a fascinating fairytale about the ghosts of Maoris princesses, gypsies, cabalists, cursed rascals…
The Saragossa Manuscript is Has’ most praised film.