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7:15pm Program Starts
UK – Drama – 90 min – M
Geoffrey Rush brilliantly inhabits the character of Swiss-born painter, sculptor, printmaker and draughtsman Alberto Giacometti in a dialogue-rich drama set in Paris of the 1960s (although interiors of the artist’s shambolic studio were filmed in Twickenham). In 1964 American writer James Lord (Armie Hammer) on a visit to Paris met Giacometti, who asked to paint his portrait, taking ‘only a few days’. Lord lived to spend many more days, and learn much more of the technique and lifestyle of the uncompromising artist and his relationships: with his wife Annette (Sylvie Testud) and his favourite model Caroline (Clemence Poesy). Script and direction is by Stanley Tucci, shooting in almost-monochrome with dabs of colour provided by the women’s dresses, matched with a lilting musical score.
Non-Members: Adult $13 / $8 Students with ID / Children under 16 $5
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