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Lost in Frenchlation Black History Month: ‘Les Misérables’

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  • DATE DE DEBUT
    2020-02-20
  • HORAIRES
    19:00
  • DATE DE FIN
    2020-02-20
  • HORAIRES FIN
    21:30
  • TARIF
    9.5
  • TARIF REDUIT
    7.5
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Jeudi 20 février 2020 de 19:00 à 21:30

 

Lost in Frenchlation Black History Month : ‘Les Misérables’

 

Luminor Hôtel de Ville

20 rue du Temple, 75004 Paris

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SUMMARY :

☞ FILM : ‘Les Misérables’ directed by Ladj Ly (105min)
☞ DATE & TIME : Thursday 20th February – Drinks and snacks available from 7pm at the cinema bar; screening at 8pm.
☞ CINEMA : Cinéma Luminor Hôtel de Ville, 20 Rue du Temple, 75004, Paris
☞ TICKETS : €9.50 full price; €7.50 for students and all other concessions. Tickets available ONLINE and at the door.
☞TICKET LINK BELOW

 

DETAILS :

French-Malian Writer-director Ladj Ly ('Speak Up') new film has exploded on the French film scene. The Cannes Jury Prize–winning debut feature became France’s Oscar submission, with Ly becoming the first black French filmmaker so honored. Almost an update of « La Haine » or Spike Lee’s « Do the Right Thing » “Les Misérables” is inspired by the violent 2005 Paris riots, which primarily involved youth of African descent.

 

THE MOVIE :

France has won the World Cup. Summer has arrived. It should be a good day. « Les Misérables » begins here in Montfermeil, the same banlieue of Paris where part of Victor Hugo's chef-d'oeuvre on the downtrodden of France also took place. A century and a half later, Ly picks up the thematic threads of the great writer in a modern take on revolution against a broken system.- Synopsis

 

"Les Misérables is an example of the work of directors who are audacious and diverse, and want to challenge traditional narratives of what it means to be French. During a time of rising nationalism and right-wing politics in France, Ly's film further reverberates with an urgency, as this isn't merely a portrait of a community: it is a study of a nation on the brink." - TIFF

 

THE PLAN :

The screening will take place at cinéma Luminor Hôtel de Ville, located in the area of Le Marais, by Centre Pompidou. We will be offering a selection of Parisian drinks and snacks during our cocktail hour from 7pm. Then, at 8pm, the screening begins! Tickets available both online and at the cinema. Please reserve early to avoid disappointment as this event is likely to sell out.

 

To quote the film’s closing text: “There are no such things as bad plants or bad men. There are only bad cultivators”

 

À bientôt...

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SUMMARY :

☞ FILM : ‘Les Misérables’ directed by Ladj Ly (105min)
☞ DATE & TIME : Thursday 20th February – Drinks and snacks available from 7pm at the cinema bar; screening at 8pm.
☞ CINEMA : Cinéma Luminor Hôtel de Ville, 20 Rue du Temple, 75004, Paris
☞ TICKETS : €9.50 full price; €7.50 for students and all other concessions. Tickets available ONLINE and at the door.
☞TICKET LINK BELOW

 

DETAILS :

French-Malian Writer-director Ladj Ly ('Speak Up') new film has exploded on the French film scene. The Cannes Jury Prize–winning debut feature became France’s Oscar submission, with Ly becoming the first black French filmmaker so honored. Almost an update of « La Haine » or Spike Lee’s « Do the Right Thing » “Les Misérables” is inspired by the violent 2005 Paris riots, which primarily involved youth of African descent.

 

THE MOVIE :

France has won the World Cup. Summer has arrived. It should be a good day. « Les Misérables » begins here in Montfermeil, the same banlieue of Paris where part of Victor Hugo's chef-d'oeuvre on the downtrodden of France also took place. A century and a half later, Ly picks up the thematic threads of the great writer in a modern take on revolution against a broken system.- Synopsis

 

"Les Misérables is an example of the work of directors who are audacious and diverse, and want to challenge traditional narratives of what it means to be French. During a time of rising nationalism and right-wing politics in France, Ly's film further reverberates with an urgency, as this isn't merely a portrait of a community: it is a study of a nation on the brink." - TIFF

 

THE PLAN :

The screening will take place at cinéma Luminor Hôtel de Ville, located in the area of Le Marais, by Centre Pompidou. We will be offering a selection of Parisian drinks and snacks during our cocktail hour from 7pm. Then, at 8pm, the screening begins! Tickets available both online and at the cinema. Please reserve early to avoid disappointment as this event is likely to sell out.

 

To quote the film’s closing text: “There are no such things as bad plants or bad men. There are only bad cultivators”

 

À bientôt...

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