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Cinema events

Thursday, November 18 2010

KINEMAX
Palazzo del Cinema, piazza Vittoria 41 - Gorizia

IL CINEMA DI CARLO, PROBABILMENTE
(The Cinema by Carlo, probably)


“This stinking town is dominated by picture places and musty smell. Everyone has really turn into a stupid human being. People use to spend their evenings in a bar in order to discuss about their numb thoughts and want to grasp easy things at low prices. Their ideal place is the picture house”.
CARLO MICHELSTAEDTER
Florence, Februar 16 1908

3 p. m.
IL VOLO (The flight)
(O’ Melissokomos)
by Theo Anghelopoulos
with Marcello Mastroianni, Serge Reggiani, Nadia Mourouzi
Greece 1986, 102’
A former teacher turns into a bee-keeper.
When he understands the silence of history and God, then he kills himself.


4.45 p.m.
IL MUCCHIO SELVAGGIO
(The wild bunch)
by Sam Peckinpah
with William Holden, Ernst Borgnine, Robert Ryan, Warren Oates
USA 1971, 139’
Male solidarity and friendship make even difficult people become more human: a western combined with a Greek tragedy.

7.10 p.m.
UN’ORA SOLA TI VORREI
(I want you for just one hour)

by Alina Marrazzi
Italia 2002, 55’
A distressing story – combining documentary films and fiction- about a woman told by her son. A lesson of courage, firmness, faith in oneself and faith in the cinema.

9 p.m.
IL SUONO DELLE PAROLE
(The sound of words)

by Walter Cosimo Ingrosso
Italia 2010, 10’
With regard to “The Dialogue of Health”, this short film stresses the split between the persuaded person and the rhetorician, roles respectively played by the woman and the man.

Followed by

IL DIAVOLO PROBABILMENTE
(Le diable probablement)
by Robert Bresson
with Antoine Monnier, Tina Irissari, Laetitia Carcano
Francia 1977, 93’
The desperate journey of a young man against society and the entire world, told by a film-maker who believes in the metaphysical existence of the Devil

10.45 p.m.
THE BOAT
by Buster Keaton and Sybil Sealy
USA 1921, 23’
Even after experiencing tragic events, aplomb and faith in oneself trigger a compelling comic effect