Jul 24 2013

Watch summer follies

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SOURCE: http://delano.lu

Each summer the Utopia hosts a programme of screenings of films that may not otherwise get a release in Luxembourg.

The annual Summer Folies programme is a real treat for cinéphiles, who get to see new films and a few oldies on the big screen that they would otherwise have to watch at home.

The theme this year is films from all over the world, and includes the adaptation of Salman Rushdie’s epic Midnight’s Children (out now), harrowing Filipino migrant drama Metro Manila, or Sarah Polley’s acclaimed documentary Stories We Tell (out next week). There is also a retrospective of the work of great French film comedian Jaques Tati.

This week’s releases also include a potential sleeper hit. Safety Not Guaranteed could be the sweetest and most interesting romantic comedy of the year.

Apparently written with star Aubrey Plaza (photo) in mind, Safety Not Guaranteed sees the attractive actress plays Darius, a keen intern at a Seattle magazine who is assigned to a story about a loner who has placed an ad looking for a companion with whom to go time travelling.

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SOURCE: http://delano.lu

Each summer the Utopia hosts a programme of screenings of films that may not otherwise get a release in Luxembourg.

The annual Summer Folies programme is a real treat for cinéphiles, who get to see new films and a few oldies on the big screen that they would otherwise have to watch at home.

The theme this year is films from all over the world, and includes the adaptation of Salman Rushdie’s epic Midnight’s Children (out now), harrowing Filipino migrant drama Metro Manila, or Sarah Polley’s acclaimed documentary Stories We Tell (out next week). There is also a retrospective of the work of great French film comedian Jaques Tati.

This week’s releases also include a potential sleeper hit. Safety Not Guaranteed could be the sweetest and most interesting romantic comedy of the year.

Apparently written with star Aubrey Plaza (photo) in mind, Safety Not Guaranteed sees the attractive actress plays Darius, a keen intern at a Seattle magazine who is assigned to a story about a loner who has placed an ad looking for a companion with whom to go time travelling.

Utopia

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