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Michel Legrand Sunday Brunches: Cleo From 5 to 7 (PG) S
Dir: Agnes Varda Cast: Corinne Marchand, Antoine Bourseiller, Dominique Davray 93 mins, 1962, France/Italy, Subtitled Please note: this was screened in March 2012
The story of a young French singer, who may be seriously ill as she awaits her diagnosis: Agnes Varda transforms a potentially maudlin soap opera into a unique filmic experience. The film contrasts Cleo's fear of death with the teeming life of the Paris streets. You can't help but love the famously wonderful scene of Cleo descending a circular staircase, her shoe heels clicking out a counterpoint to Legrand's pensive music. The film includes cameos by Jean-Luc Godard, Anna Karina, while Legrand himself plays 'Bob the pianist'. Essential viewing.
Fee: £4.60 full / £3.60 concessions and get £1.00 off all meal orders £6.95 or over in the Café/Bar on the same day with your ticket. See our full range of menus here.
Filmic: A Festival of Film & Music
Please note: this is a old season with no further events to see
Filmic is a brand new festival dedicated to the various intersections of music and film produced in partnership with St George's Bristol.
Past screenings and events that were part of this season
A Century of Chinese Cinema
This unprecedented season is a rare chance to discover a selection of the history of an important nation in film.
I Am Divine
The ultimate outsider turned underground royalty, I Am Divine is the definitive portrait of the man born Harris Glenn Milstead - better know to you and I as cult superstar and drag diva Divine.