[Endcreditsfilm] Cinema Saturday at CoCA

End Credits Film Club admin at endcredits.org.au
Fri Jun 3 05:38:58 CEST 2011


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DISARMINGLY SUBTLE

4pm Saturday June 4 
CERTIFIED COPY 
(M) France/Italy 106min 2011

A sensation at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival, where Juliette Binoche won the Best Actress award, CERTIFIED COPY is the latest masterpiece from acclaimed filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami (Ten, Taste of Cherry). Academy Award-winner Juliette Binoche stars as an antique dealer, living in the Tuscan countryside. One day she sits in on a talk by visiting English cultural commentator (opera baritone William Shimell) on the value of copies in art. At the end of the talk they meet, and over the course of a single afternoon, they drive into the sun-dappled countryside, have lunch, wander around galleries, discussing the nature of love, art and life. But what really is the nature of their relationship? Have they met before? Are they a couple, or in fact perfect strangers?

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DAZZLINGLY CINEMATIC

8pm Saturday June 4 
CARLOS 
(MA 15+) FRANCE/GERMANY 159min 2011

The Man Who Hijacked the World

From Olivier Assayas, director of Irma Vep and Summer Hours , comes an explosive new work of astonishing scope; an epic portrayal of the notorious revolutionary and terrorist, Ilich Ram?rez S?nchez: Carlos the Jackal . Born in Venezuela and politicised in Europe, S?nchez took the moniker ?Carlos the Jackal?, and for two decades was one of the most wanted terrorists on the planet. Spanning 20 years, Assayas? exciting, sexy, and globe-spanning portrait of the notorious international terrorist mastermind, Carlos the Jackal electrified audiences at its premiere at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival, and earned star ?dgar Ram?rez a Golden Globe? nomination. This release consists of the 150 minute theatrical feature.

End Credits recommends ANDRE'S a short stroll from the theatre for a meal before, after or in between these 2 fine films.

Brett Hitchens

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