One more month AMUM looks to the cinema and to our cinema forum, to these two gratifying activities that bring us closer to other realities, raise issues of interest and, above all, invite us to speak, comment and see ourselves, for the moment, on screen .
Our option, “Roma”, is a moving, hard, risky, beautiful film… Relying on magnificent images and a precise story, its director, Alfonso Cuarón, looks back at his childhood memories and with them makes a great story that takes us to Mexico City, to a middle-class neighborhood. An environment portrayed with so much love and precision that it immerses us in a life and characters -what a good interpretation- that move between tenderness and tears. Pure cinema.
Three Oscars: best director, best foreign film, best photography; and two Golden Globes: Best Direction and Best Foreign Film, are part of the long list of awards that adorn the film.
The film is available on the Netflix platform and can be seen on the day and at the time that best suits.
The debate will be on Zoom on June 23 at 6:30 p.m.
CINEMA FORUM “HER”
May gives a different movie, emotional, current and with futuristic airs. It is a love story that surprises, drags and captivates by its novelty and originality.
We are talking about “HER”, that great film directed by Spike Jonze, with the interpretations of Joaquín Phoenix (master), Amy Adams and Scarlett Johansson giving voice to a female operating system called Samantha.
Among his various awards, the Oscar for the best original screenplay in 2013 stands out.
We are waiting for you on ZOOM and we hope to repeat a debate as interesting and lively as last month on the 26th May at 6.30PM
Our monthly, unavoidable appointment that we keep through thick and thin because cinema is that great ally that unites and entertains; it causes laughter and tears, and wide horizons.
AMUM’s choice for this month is CALL ME BY YOUR NAME, a vibrant film, full of life, light, joy, emotion, music and pain; a delicate portrait of the growing attraction between Oliver and Elio. We will see and address a complicated issue that calls for an open look and calls for an interesting debate.
Directed by Luca Guadagnino, played by Timothée Chalamet (Elio) and Armie Hammer (Oliver) and with a six-handed script (it won an Oscar for best adapted screenplay), the film exudes beauty, sensuality and emotion.
We can’t stop seeing her. We wait for you.
THE MOVIE IS AVAILABLE ON NETFLIX
The debate will be on April 27 by zoom
CINEMA FORUM “THE HELP”
Alfred Hitchcock and his genius, the art and beauty of Kim Novak and the interpretive perfection of James Stewart have motivated us to choose a masterpiece, Vertigo (From the Dead), to enjoy good cinema and immerse ourselves in a story that is moves between psychological suspense and film noir. And as we speak of suspense, we are not going to say anything so that the intrigue is assured from the first moment.
CINEMA FORUM “SPLENDOR IN THE GRASS”
This wonderful and classic film by Elia Kazan, left us a great cine forum. Discussions were on generations misunderstandings, youth love, social and moral implications ,taboos in a provincial society and a lot more.
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