Cinema Paradiso (1988) Cert: 15, 142 mins. Director: Giuseppe Tornatore. It's been called "A Love Letter to Cinema". A Guardian readers' poll voted
Cinema Paradiso (1988)
Cert: 15, 142 mins.
Director: Giuseppe Tornatore.
It’s been called “A Love Letter to Cinema“.
A Guardian readers’ poll voted it “The Best Foreign Film of All Time“.
Let’s hope this classic romantic Italian movie, with Ennio Morricone’s georgeous music, brings some extra Mediterranean sunshine to our Summer.
FREE glass of Summer Fizz on arrival
Don’t forget your pizza to go with this Italian film
Strawberries & Cream in the interval
Watch the Trailer:
This bittersweet, Oscar-winning film focuses on the effect that cinema had on the inhabitants of a small Sicilian village during World War Two. After receiving news of the death of his old friend Alfredo, a famous movie director returns to his home village after spending 30 years away. In flashback, he recalls his fatherless childhood, his fascination with the films he saw at the local cinema and his adventures with Alfredo, the cinema’s projectionist
- The Telegraph
This classic gem of nostaglic cinephilia is a real experience.
- The Guardian
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Doors open at 7pm for film screening at 7:30.
Book early with Karen (on 017683 52828) or Gina (on 017683 52642) to avoid disappointment.
Admission: Adults £5. Doors open at 7pm.
(Saturday) 19:30 - 22:30
Asby Village Hall