☞ FILM: ‘Le Collier Rouge’ directed by Jean Becker (1h 23min)
☞ DATE & TIME: Friday 20 April– A selection of Parisian beer, cider, cola, home-made cocktail and snacks available from 7pm at the cinema bar; screening starts at 8pm.
☞ CINEMA: Luminor Hôtel de Ville, 20 rue de Temple, 75004 Paris
☞ TICKETS: €9 full price; €7.50 for students and all other concessions. Tickets available ONLINE and at the door. Both cards and cash accepted at the cinema.
☞TICKET LINK: https://www.luminor-hoteldeville.com/reserver/
Join Lost in Frenchlation as we screen the best-selling French novel, ‘Le Collier Rouge‘ adaptation on screen with English subtitles starring Francois Cluzet (“Intouchables”)!
In a small town, crushed by the heat of summer, in 1919, a war hero was held prisoner in a deserted barracks. In front of the door, his whipped dog barks day and night. Not far away, in the countryside, a young woman worn out by the work of the land, too educated to be a simple peasant, wait and hope. The judge who arrives to unravel this case is an aristocrat whose war has made the principles falter. Three characters and, in the middle of them, a dog, which holds the key of the drama. – Official Synopsis
It’s a profoundly humanist tale exploring the impact and the myths around war with a resonance for today – Screen Daily.
Watch the trailer here: https://youtu.be/_G5J6ktjxpY
The screening will take place at the Luminor Hôtel de Ville cinema, centrally located in Paris’ lively Marais district near Hôtel de Ville. We will be offering a selection of Parisian beer, cider, cola, home-made cocktail and snacks during our cocktail hour from 7pm. The screening will begin at 8pm with tickets available both online and at the cinema – get yours early to avoid disappointment!
Join us at Luminor Hôtel de Ville on Friday April 20 to see ‘Le Collier Rouge‘ & be sure to get there early for the pre-screening cocktail, where English speakers, Expats, Native Parisians, and more mix and mingle!