Nov.42016

Film

Past Event

Thriller directed by Bertrand Bonello, with Finnegan Oldfield, Vincent Rottiers and Hamza Meziani

8:15 PM
General admission : 13$
25 and under : 8,50$
Seniors (65 +) : 12$
Taxes and fees included

Where: Cinéma Impérial (1432 de Bleury Street, Montreal)

FRANCE, GERMANY, BELGIUM | ORIGINAL VERSION: FRENCH | SUBTITLES: TBC

The movie will be presented as part of [email protected] The screening will take place at Cinéma Impérial.

Five years ago, director Bertrand Bonello (Saint Laurent, CINEMANIA 2014), scripted this storyline of a disaffected group of young Parisians who set-out to wreak havoc on their city, and shot Nocturama before the terrible events at Charlie Hebdo and the Bataclan. The multiracial gang he portrays committing bombings and assassinations are not jihadists and apparently have no justification other than that of anti-capitalism.

Auteur Bonello’s stylistic approach, killer soundtrack choices and good-looking cast make the film captivating to watch, especially when the perps finally hole-up overnight in a Paris luxury department store and appear to enjoy play-acting at consumerism. As in all of Bonello’s films, he thrills us with beauty, decadence and sumptuousness.

Director: Bertrand Bonello
Cast: Finnegan Oldfield, Vincent Rottiers, Hamza Meziani
Year: 2016
Duration: 130 minutes
Rating: not yet rated

Photo credit: CINEMANIA

Festival de films CINEMANIA, 22nd edition, November 3-13, 2016, Cinéma Impérial

Since it began, CINEMANIA has always been a vital showcase for French-language cinema. Each year during the 11-day festival, more than 70 films are screened, including some highly anticipated first showings. The films are presented in the original French-language version with English subtitles. CINEMANIA offers the public a chance to see the latest works of some of the biggest names in French-language cinema (Costa-Gavras, Arnaud Desplechin, Jean-Pierre Dardenne and Luc Dardenne, Claude Chabrol, Claude Berri, Patrice Leconte, Patrice Chéreau), and also to discover exciting young directors (Emmanuel Mouret, Denis Villeneuve, Joachim Lafosse, Yves Lavandier, Guillaume Brac, Kattel Quillévéré, Thomas Lilti, Justine Triet, and others). CINEMANIA runs from the first Thursday of November to the second Sunday in the month (November 3 to 13). The venues are: Imperial Cinema, Cinémathèque québécoise and Cinéma du Parc. This year, the Festival has partnered with SODEC in hosting the Rencontres de Coproduction francophone (RCF).

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