La noventosa – End of Season Classics Fair is called the series of films that are shown from Saturday 10 to Wednesday 14 December at the Cineclub Municipal. Weather conditions permitting, various functions are scheduled to take place in the courtyard of the space. If this is not possible, the screening takes place in the larger room. General admission $550, members $50.
The program is as follows:
Saturday 10 at 3:30 p.m., Monday 12 at 8:15 p.m.: Violent Times (Pulp Fiction, United States, 1994, 2.33′, AM18). Direction: Quentin Tarantino. With John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson. Jules and Vincent, two not-so-bright hit men, work for gangster Marsellus Wallace. Vincent tells Jules that Marsellus has asked him to take care of Mia, his attractive wife. Jules recommends prudence because it is very dangerous to go overboard with the boss’s girlfriend. When it’s time to work, you both need to “get to work.” His mission: retrieve a mysterious briefcase.
Saturday 10 at 6:30 p.m., Monday 12 at 11 p.m. (performance in the courtyard): The young manos de cissorhands (Edward Scissorhands, United States, 1990, 1.38′, AM13- photo). Direction: Tim Burton. With Johnny Depp and Winona Ryder. During one Christmas night, an old woman tells her granddaughter the story of Edward Scissorhands, a boy created by a whimsical inventor who couldn’t finish his work, leaving the young man with blades instead of fingers.
Saturday 10 at 8:30 p.m., Wednesday 14 at 3:30 p.m.: Trainspotting (England, 1996, 1.30′, AM18) Directed by: Danny Boyle. With Ewan McGregor and Robert Carlyle. Mark Renton, a young Scotsman from Edinburgh, and his friends, are addicted to heroin, which means they live outside of reality, in a world apart. Within the group is a violent alcoholic psychopath, a desperate young man, a ladies’ man with encyclopedic knowledge of Sean Connery, and an enthusiast of hikes and Iggy Pop.
Saturday 10 at 11 pm (function in the patio) and Wednesday 14 at 6 pm: The Big Lebowski (The Big Lebowski, United States, 1998, 1.57′, AM13). Directed by: Joel Coen. With Jeff Bridges and John Goodman. The Dude, a slacker who lives in Los Angeles, one day is confused by a couple of thugs with the millionaire Jeff Lebowski, with whom he only shares a last name. After they urinate on his carpet, the Dude sets off on a search for The Big Lebowski. A deal will emerge from their meeting: the Dude will receive a reward if he manages to find the tycoon’s wife.
Sunday 11 at 3:30 p.m. and Wednesday 14 at 8:15 p.m.: Boogie Nights (Boogie Nights, United States, 1997, 2.36′, AM18). Directed by: Paul Thomas Anderson. With Mark Wahlberg and Julianne Moore. In the late 1970s, Jack Horner, a porn film director who considers his work to be an art form, discovers Eddie Adams, a naive young man who wants to succeed and has physical characteristics that are very suitable for that type of film. Eddie changes his name to Dirk Diggler, immediately adjusts to a new lifestyle and soon becomes a huge XXX star.
Sunday 11 at 6:30 p.m. and Tuesday 13 at 11 p.m. (performance in the courtyard): Before Sunrise (Before Sunrise, United States, 1995, 1.41′, AM13). Directed by: Richard Linklater. With Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy. Céline, a French student, and Jesse, a young American traveling through Europe after being dumped by his girlfriend, meet on a train bound for Paris. When they arrive in Vienna, Jesse must go down because the next day he returns to his country, but he manages to convince Céline to spend the night with him in the city. In the course of that night, they get to know each other thoroughly, they discuss various issues such as life, death and sex.
Sunday 11 at 8:30 p.m. and Tuesday 13 at 3:30 p.m.: The perfect assassin (Leon, France, 1994, 1.46′, AM18). Directed by: Luc Besson. With Jean Reno and Natalie Portman. Mathilda is a 12-year-old girl who doesn’t get along with her family, except her little brother. Her father is a drug dealer who does business with Stan, a corrupt DEA agent. One day, while Mathilda is in a supermarket, Stan kills her family. She then takes refuge in the house of Léon, a lonely and mysterious neighbor who turns out to be a hired assassin, but, since she has no other alternative, she will make a pact with him: she will take care of the housework and teach him to read. to Leon; He, in return, will teach her to shoot in order to take revenge on those who killed her brother.
Sunday 11 at 11 pm (function in the patio) and Tuesday 13 at 6 pm: Los puentes de Madison (The Bridges of Madison County, United States, 1995, 2.15′, AM13). Directed by: Clint Eastwood. With Meryl Streep and Clint Eastwood. The peaceful but unremarkable life of Francesca Johnson, a housewife who lives on a farm with her family, is disrupted by the arrival of Robert Kincaid, a veteran photographer for National Geographic magazine, visiting Madison County (Iowa). to photograph its old bridges. When Francesca invites Robert to dinner, a true love and an unknown passion is born between them.
Monday 12 at 3:30 p.m. and Tuesday 13 at 8:30 p.m.: Wild at Heart, United States, 1990, 2.05′, AM18. Directed by: David Lynch. With Nicolas Cage and Laura Dern. During a prison leave, Sailor goes out to see his girlfriend Lula and they both decide to flee to California. The girl’s mother, who opposes this relationship, contacts a mobster to eliminate Sailor. Actually, she wants to get rid of him because the young man witnessed how she and her lover murdered her husband. The escape of Sailor and Lula is accompanied by murky events and sordid memories.
Monday 12 at 6 p.m. and Wednesday 14 at 11 p.m. (performance in the patio): The way of the samurai (Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai, United States, 1999, 1.55′, AM16). Directed by: Jim Jarmusch. With Forest Whitaker and John Tormey. “Ghost Dog” is a contract killer from New York, a man with a calm demeanor going about his daily life who abides by the honor code of the ancient samurai.