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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
Studio Ghibli Forever
A month of film, origami, manga, bento boxes, food specials and more dedicated to legendary Studio Ghibli animator and co-founder Hayao Miyazaki.
All This Mayhem
In the late 1980s, two brothers from the wrong side of the track turned up at a Melbourne skate park - and astonished spectators with their acrobatic feats. A taste life in the ultra-fast lane.