Apr 17 2012

Things to do this week: Watch Argento’s debut

Published by at 14:47 under Filmreakter,Screening Room

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The commercial cinema programme serves up little of good cheer after the school holidays.

The choice of English-language films is between daft space prison break action thriller Lockout or sentimental comedy-drama We Bought a Zoo. Although, if you are able and willing to follow French subtitles, you will be rewarded with Norwegian thriller Headhunters, based on Jo Nesbø’s novel.

So we suggest heading to the Cinémathèque to watch the directorial debut of Italian horror master Dario Argento. The Bird With The Crystal Plumage, made in 1970, is a weird and wonderful thriller peopled with fascinating characters. The great critic Roger Ebert says the film “works mostly by exploiting our fear of the dark.” It is presented here as part of FilmReakter’s Cinélunatique programme, which is held each Saturday at 10 p.m.

The choice of English-language films is between daft space prison break action thriller Lockout or sentimental comedy-drama We Bought a Zoo. Although, if you are able and willing to follow French subtitles, you will be rewarded with Norwegian thriller Headhunters, based on Jo Nesbø’s novel.

So we suggest heading to the Cinémathèque to watch the directorial debut of Italian horror master Dario Argento. The Bird With The Crystal Plumage, made in 1970, is a weird and wonderful thriller peopled with fascinating characters. The great critic Roger Ebert says the film “works mostly by exploiting our fear of the dark.” It is presented here as part of FilmReakter’s Cinélunatique programme, which is held each Saturday at 10 p.m.

Saturday April 21

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SOURCE: http://delano.lu

delano

The commercial cinema programme serves up little of good cheer after the school holidays.

The choice of English-language films is between daft space prison break action thriller Lockout or sentimental comedy-drama We Bought a Zoo. Although, if you are able and willing to follow French subtitles, you will be rewarded with Norwegian thriller Headhunters, based on Jo Nesbø’s novel.

So we suggest heading to the Cinémathèque to watch the directorial debut of Italian horror master Dario Argento. The Bird With The Crystal Plumage, made in 1970, is a weird and wonderful thriller peopled with fascinating characters. The great critic Roger Ebert says the film “works mostly by exploiting our fear of the dark.” It is presented here as part of FilmReakter’s Cinélunatique programme, which is held each Saturday at 10 p.m.

The choice of English-language films is between daft space prison break action thriller Lockout or sentimental comedy-drama We Bought a Zoo. Although, if you are able and willing to follow French subtitles, you will be rewarded with Norwegian thriller Headhunters, based on Jo Nesbø’s novel.

So we suggest heading to the Cinémathèque to watch the directorial debut of Italian horror master Dario Argento. The Bird With The Crystal Plumage, made in 1970, is a weird and wonderful thriller peopled with fascinating characters. The great critic Roger Ebert says the film “works mostly by exploiting our fear of the dark.” It is presented here as part of FilmReakter’s Cinélunatique programme, which is held each Saturday at 10 p.m.

Saturday April 21

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