The Country of Motzi by Paul Calinescu (Tara Motilor, 1938, 21min)
The country and the lives of the Motzi in Transylvania in the Romanian Western Carpathians.
Villa Lumière Tue. 2:45pm | Villa Lumière Thu. 5pm | Villa Lumière Fri. 10:45am
Jamaica Inn by Alfred Hitchcock (1939, 1:39)
Around 1800, an orphan (Maureen O’Hara) arrives at the shady Jamaica Inn, run by her uncle (Leslie Banks)... A costume adventure film with Charles Laughton as the chief of the lawless band.
CNP Tue. 8:15pm | Pathé Bellecour Thu. 10:30am | Cinéma Opéra Fri. 5:30pm
The Tales of Hoffmann by Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger (1951, 2:13)
The three unhappy love stories of Hoffmann (Robert Rounseville)... The adaptation of Offenbach’s opera becomes an astonishing visual phantasmagoria.
Institut Lumière Tue. 11:30am | Pathé Bellecour Wed.10:30am | Sainte-Foy-lès-Lyon Thu. 8pm
Four Bags Full by Claude Autant-Lara (La Traversée de Paris, 1956, 1:23)
In 1942, Martin (Bourvil) gets involved in the black market. He is forced to ask a stranger (Jean Gabin) to accompany him... According to Marcel Ayme, the film paints a picture of a mediocre France. With the great Louis de Funes.
Comœdia Mon. 11am | Pathé Cordeliers Wed. 6pm | Pathé Bellecour Thu. 8pm | Cinéma Saint-Denis Sat. 2:30pm
Andreï Roublev by Andreï Tarkovski (Andrey Rublyov, 1966, 3:03)
The journey of the monk Andrei Rublev, an painter of icons in Russia from the 15th century. A major work of Tarkovsky, a meditation on the human condition and metaphysical reflection accompanied by flamboyant images.
Pathé Cordeliers Wed. 8pm | Comœdia Fri. 8:30pm | CNP Sat. 5pm
Closely Watched Trains by Jirí Menzel (Ostre sledované vlaky, 1966, 1:32)
End of WWII. After an unsuccessful night with a colleague, Milos attempts suicide... The fragile topic of male virginity in a humorous and frank movie, two years before the Prague Spring.
CNP Wed. 8pm | Cinéma Opéra Thu. 2:30pm | Pathé Bellecour Fri. 5:15pm
Two Men in Town by José Giovanni (1973, 1:38)
After spending twelve years in prison for robbery, Gino (Alain Delon) is supported by Germain (Jean Gabin), a former cop. Their truce is short lived… Filmmaker Giovanni makes a committed statement against the death penalty.
Mions Tue. 8pm | Pathé Bellecour Sat. 2:15pm | UGC Astoria Sun. 2:30pm
Overlord by Stuart Cooper (1975, 1:23)
A young soldier in the chaos and horror of WWII. A forceful denunciation of the war, a unique and very rare film (even among war films), composed of strong archival footage.
Institut Lumière Fri. 9:30am | Comœdia Sat. 11am
A Special Day by Ettore Scola (Una giornata particolare, 1977, 1:46)
Rome, May 8, 1938. While Mussolini is welcoming Hitler, the encounter between a mother (Sophia Loren) and her gay neighbor (Marcello Mastroianni). A timeless masterpiece by Ettore Scola.
Comœdia Wed. 7:15pm | Villa Lumière Thu. 8:30pm | Pathé Bellecour Fri. 10:15pm | UGC Confluence Sun. 2:30pm
Good Riddance by Francis Mankiewicz (Les Bons débarras, 1979, 1:42)
In a remote mountain village in Québec, 13 year-old Manon lays claim to her mother’s exclusive, undivided attention... A flagship film of Canadian cinema, a daily chronicle as intense as it is moving.
Cinéma Opéra Tue. 7:45pm | Institut Lumière Wed. 4:15pm | CNP Sun. 5pm
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