Movie nights not to miss in Charlottetown


Movie nights not to miss in Charlottetown

City Cinema is a small independent cinema in Charlottetown.Photo: Radio-Canada/Travis Kingdon

In February and March, the City Cinema in Charlottetown presents several must-see films, including a whale documentary and a French film.

in a microphone awakeningjournalist Lisa Revell tells us more about the program for the next two months at Little Island Hall, where we can also see Pedro Almodovar’s latest film.

Almodovar’s cinema is always a film that leaves a large part of it to women, and this film is no exception. We follow two women giving birth the same evening in the maternity ward, one a teenager and the other in her forties. She’s making friends in the hospital, and we’re going after them. In this film, we find two favorite actresses of Almodovar, Penelope Cruz and Rossi de Palma. Young actress Melina Smit was also added. »

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Lisa Revel

Appointment:

  • The Last Right Whale by Nadine Pekenesa, February 20-21
  • Victory (Big Hit) by Emmanuel Courcol from February 23 to 27
  • A parallel parent book by Pedro Almodóvar, February 16-20 and February 22

With information from Lisa Revell.

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