Month of July at the Alliance Française Panjim
Saturday July 12th at 3.00pm
The Rendez-Vous of Déjà vu by Antonin Peretjatko (2013) 1h28
Since Hector encountered Truquette at the Louvre on July 14, he’s had only one thing in mind: to seduce this girl who he’s mad about. The best way to do so is to take her to the seaside. His pal Pator agrees wholeheartedly, particularly if she comes along with her friend Charlotte...
Accompanied by unavoidable Bertier, off they go, down France’s back roads, where there is no money in the banks. That’s normal, because there’s an economic crisis on. France has to get back to work and so, right in the middle of summer, the government decides to cut short the national vacation period by a month.
A complete shake-up and a few wads of cash later, the group breaks up like France cut in two, between jealous July-ites and August-ians. But going against the work flow doesn’t frighten the remaining trio, well and truly determined to find the July 14 Girl and to enjoy a wild summer.
Tuesday July 29th at 6.30 pm
38 witnesses by Luc Belvaux
When a Louise Morvand returns from a business trip to China she discovers that a crime has been committed in her hometown. A woman has been murdered in the very street where Louise lives. The business woman is upset and makes sure the local police investigates this case diligently although some citizens seem to be strangely uninterested in finding the murderer.
Saturday August 9th
The Young girls of Rochefort by Jacques Demy (1967) 2h
Delphine and Solange are two twin sisters living in Rochefort where fairground people just settled wodn on the city centre square. They are looking for love, looking for each other, without being aware that their ideal partner is closer than they think... After the triumph of the “Umbrellas of Cherbourg”, Demy and Legrand composed a new "musical" based on a multiple romantic and melancholic intrigue which is also joyful and colorful.
Tuesday August 26th at 6.30 pm
Eight times up by Xabi Molia (2010) 1h43
Elsa barely gets by on casual jobs and hopes to find stable employment so that she can regain custody of her son, Mathieu. Her neighbor on the same floor also goes from one interview to the next, consummately failing to score a job each time. Their situation is increasingly precarious, but both try to bounce back in a world that seems to reject them: "Seven times down for the count, eight times back on their feet"?
Exhibition: Surface et Profondeur
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