The weekend will be devoted to Italian cinema at Espace Georges Roquier

The weekend will be devoted to Italian cinema at Espace Georges Roquier

The Georges-Rouquier Association invites three masterpieces of Italian cinema to be shown on February 3, 4 and 5 at the Espace Georges-Rouquier as part of the Cinema Club.

Fri, Feb. 3, 8:30 p.m.: “Umberto D.” by Vittorio De Sica (1952) tells the story of a retired civil servant who can no longer support himself. When his landlord threatens to evict him from his home in disrepair, along with his dog, the old man has to rely only on the support of Maria, the young chambermaid he has taken under his wing…

The film will be preceded by a conference by Dominique Ozil on Italian cinema.

Tre Biani, the latest film by Nanni Moretti (2021) will be shown on Saturday, February 4 at 8:30 pm. A series of events will radically change the lives of the inhabitants of a Roman building, revealing the difficulty of being a parent, brother or neighbor in a world where it seems That resentment and fear have taken advantage of living together…

“Le Facteur” by Michael Radford (1994) will close this Italian festival on Sunday, February 5th at 2:30 pm. On a small Italian island, young Mario gets a job as a postman in the exclusive service of famous poet Pablo Neruda (played by Philippe Noiret). From this encounter a friendship was born, cemented by poetry, and then Mario used the power of words to seduce the beautiful Beatrice…

Book these three dates to discover or rediscover the nuggets of Italian cinema.

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