Ciné-Goûter (4PM Schedule)
L’enfant au grelot – The Child bell. After a blizzard, a postman finds a baby abandoned in the middle of the forest. The child holds a strange bell tightly in his band. The child, Charlie, grows up in a orphanage. He often confides in his trusty bell and tries to uncover the mystery of his origins.
L’hiver de Léon – Leon in Wintertime. Winter descends on the kingdom and the ogre mountains removes the beautiful Princess Molly Gingerbread. Leon, a bear adopted by a couple of beekeepers saw a preteen tormented. Helped by his friends, the elephant coward and grumpy hedgehog, Leon will embark on a series of perilous adventures as unexpected to deliver the princess and find the way from home.
Ciné-Dîner (8:30 PM Schedule)
Je sens le beat qui monte en moi – Beauty and the Beat. Rosalba, a young tourist guide, suffers from a strange ailment: the very least melody sets off in her gesticulation and she beings to dance, as suddenly as uncontrollably. Despite her ruses to hide her eccentricity, this uncontrollable body might well seduce her surprising co-worker, Alain.
Ce n’est pas un film de Cow-Boys – It’s not a Cow-Boys movie. Brokeback Mountain was aired on TV last night. Vincent watched it and has been completely shattered. He takes advantage of the recess to describe the film in a touching and naïve way to his classmate, Moussa. In the girls bathroom, Jessica also deeply moved by the film, bombards her best friend Nadia with awkward questions about her gay father.
Pink Cow Boy Boots. Hortense loves country and Jean-Michel, but Cheyenne is constantly on its way. True to its pink cowboy boots, Hortense will finally fulfill his destiny.
Le silence des machines – The silence of the Machines. The workers at Silk Thread are stunned: the machines used to make lingerie have disappeared over the weekend, spirited away towards the skies where labor costs are negligible.
L’Accordeur – The Piano Tuner. Adrien is a young pianist prodigy. He collapsed psychologically having failed in a renowned competition and henceforth works as a piano tuner. As remedy to this life, he invents a blind person’s mask to penetrate into the intimacy of his customers. This subtlety allows Adrien to get back the taste for music. But since he sees things he should not see, Adrien ends up witnessing a murder.
Dripped. New York, on 1950. Fascinated by art, Jack skims museums all day long. He steals paintings which he hides at his homet so he can to eat them! Masterpieces are his food and plunge him into a state of ecstasy when he eats them. But in excess to eat, paintings become rare until they disappear.
Cul de bouteille – Specky Four-Eyes. Some bad news has just arrived: profoundly nearsighted, Arnaud has to wear glasses. And not any ordinary glasses but hideous lorgnettes. Arnaud does not like them and he prefers by far the vague and protean world of his nearsightedness, a world populated with monsters, unicorns and the other fancies.
Blush. At 26, Nicolas is a young man in perfect agreement with his time and yet, in his small apartment in Paris, we will discover two simple cardboard boxes contain a valuable secret about him.
En attendant que la pluie cesse – Waiting for the rain to stop. A thunderstorm bursts. A woman takes refuge under a hall where a man already shelters. Everything stops, for a moment, until the rain stops.
Le Petit Dragon – The Little Dragon. Thirty-five years after Bruce Lee’s death, his soul réincarnates in a little doll. With self-confidence, the rubber-made toy leaves to discover the great-scaled world all around him.
Admission to this event is free. For complete details, please call 895-7585 or 895-7441. You may also visit www.alliance.ph