Matinees, that is, Sunday morning screenings of some of the most important films of this film season, are a great success at Cinema Corso in Carpi. After Oppenheimer (the most anticipated film directed by Christopher Nolan) and Jeanne DuBarry, the King’s Mistress, during which Johnny Depp returned to the stage, it is Sunday, September 17, at 11:00 am Io Capitano. “, the director’s new film, will be shown at the Course Matteo GarroneSilver Lion for Best Director.
Also in the case of this matinee, it is an important film, because we are talking about an Italian film that won the Venice International Film Festival and which, in addition, also received the Marcello Mastroianni Award, dedicated to a young emerging actor, for Seydoux’s interpretation. Sarr, 21, is the film’s protagonist from Senegal. Garrone’s film follows the adventurous journey of two young men, Seydoux and Moussa, who leave Dakar to reach Europe. A modern odyssey through the dangers of the desert, the horrors of detention centers in Libya and the dangers of the sea. The film will be shown in Carpi from September 14 at the Cinema Eden.