The masterpieces of film classics in Iicp
As part of the educational program of the exhibition "New Library" iicp show in February, the masterpieces of film classics: film "Hunger" by Henning Carlsen, a picture of the "Dissenters" Robert wiene and "Anna Karamazoff" Rustam Khamdamov.
February 11 at 18.00 — "Hunger" (1966, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, directed by Henning Carlsen)
In 1890, Pontus, the starving writer, wanders the streets of Christiania, in search of love and a chance to publish his manuscript. But all he meets is defeat and suffering, and the meaning of life is gradually disappearing. But he retains dignity and pride.
Script writers: Henning Carlsen, Peter Seeberg, Knut Hamsun. Composer: Krzysztof Komeda. Starring: Per Oscarsson, gunnel Lindblom, Birgitte Federspiel, Knud Rex, Hans V. Petersen, enemy Kolstad, Roy Burnstad, Swerr Hansen, Paul Skonberg, ELS Heiberg.
Entrance is by Museum ticket.