Cycle

From 21.02. To 24.02.2011.

In memoriam... Arthur Penn

In memoriam... Arthur Penn

 

Films in cycle

Bonnie and Clyde

(USA, 1967)

Directed by: Arthur Penn
PHOTOGRAPHY: Burnett Guffey
Synopsis:

Arthur Penn’s masterpiece is a true story about a couple of criminals who are lovers, made under the influence of the French New Wave (initially, Truffaut was considered as the director). Set in the time of the Great Depression, the film is a story about anti-heroes, petty bank robber Clyde Barrow and his girlfriend Bonnie Parker. She is sick of working as a waitress in a small town and joins her lover after he tries to steal her mother’s car.

color, 110'
PROJECTION:
Tuesday 22.02.2011 AT 19:00
Monday 21.02.2011 AT 21:00

Four Friends

(1981)

Directed by: Arthur Penn
PHOTOGRAPHY: Ghislain Cloquet
Synopsis:

We follow the life stories of four friends from high school which perfectly embody the spirit of 1960s. The four friends are Danilo, the son of a Yugoslav immigrant who wants to become a writer, Tom, the jock favorite among girls, his true opposite David and the self-confident Georgia. All three guys are in love with Georgia who only dreams about becoming a dancer. Even though she is attracted to Danilo, she does not want a serious relationship.

35 mm, color, 114 min
PROJECTION:
Thursday 24.02.2011 AT 21:00
Wednesday 23.02.2011 AT 19:00
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