Heart of an Actress by Germaine Dulac (Ame d’artiste, 1925, 1:40)
An actress is loved by a lord and a poet. A radical feminist, dreaming of the cinema as a delicate art, Germaine Dulac, one of the first women filmmakers, contributed to the revival of French cinema.
Institut Lumière theater 2 Sat. 4:45pm
The Immigrant, The Cure,The Pawn Shop,The Adventurer by Charles Chaplin (1916-1917,1:42)
Chaplin plays a young alcoholic European immigrant arriving in New York at a peaceful resort
spa; an employee in a thrift store; a prison escapee who saves a mother and daughter from drowning. Chaplin created the character of the Tramp for films with a fast-paced and irresistible humor. To see with the family!
Pathé Bellecour Thu. 1:30pm | Saint-Genis-Laval Sat. 8:30pm | Institut Lumière Theater 2 Sun. 2:30pm
A Room in Town by Jacques Demy (Une chambre en ville, 1982, 1:28)
Nantes, 1955, a shipyard strike. Love (doomed from the start) between a worker (Richard Berry) and a bourgeois lady (Dominique Sanda). The darker side of singing films by Jacques Demy.
Comœdia Tue. 11am
A Gentle Woman by Robert Bresson (Une femme douce, 1969, 1:28)
Seeing the corpse of his wife who has just committed suicide, a man remembers their past together, while trying to understand the reasons she took her life. One of the finest films by Bresson, with the haunting Dominique Sanda.
Pathé Cordeliers Tue. 2:45pm | Institut Lumière Wed. 11:30am | Pathé Cordeliers Sat. 11am
The War Zone by Tim Roth (1999, 1:39)
Tom and his family leave London to live in the country. Nothing can prepare him for the terrible secret that binds his father and his sister. The only film directed by Tim Roth, the film contains uncompromising violence.
Institut Lumière Thu. 7:45pm
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