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AF French Film Festival - An afternoon at the Opera

When:

Sun 20 Mar 2016, 3:30pm–5:30pm

Where: Windsor Cinema, Luna Palace Cinemas, 98 Stirling Hwy, Nedlands WA 6009, Nedlands, Western Australia

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Members: $25.00
  • Non-Members: $30.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: info151

Bring out your pearls and your hats, and let Marguerite's voice bring you to heaven... or not! Come and celebrate music with us for this afternoon screening.Includes a drink on arrival and nibbles, live entertainment, followed by film screening.

Tickets on sale here: http://www.affrenchfilmfestival.org/film/marguerite
Alliance Française Members $25.00
Non-Members $30.00

At Windsor Cinema https://lunapalace.com.au/cinemas+7+windsor-cinema
3.30pm Drinks on arrival, sweet finders foods and live entertainment
4.00pm Screening

Synopsis:
Wealthy Marguerite Dumont (the multi-award winning Catherine Frot) loves to sing passionately for an avid crowd of friends and devotees. The only problem is she’s terrible!

Marguerite is kept in the dark about her extreme lack of talent by her husband (André Marcon, Tour de Force – Festival 2014) and butler (Denis Mpunga, Dead ManTalking). However, an unexpected rave review leads her to plan a public recital – so how can the charade possibly continue?

As a web of deceit and delusion unfolds, Marguerite’s mammoth performance will fascinate, appal and amuse, often all at once. Based on the notoriously awful vocal career of Florence Foster Jenkins, director Xavier Giannoli has made a delectably sharp and mischievous satire which is the opposite of his previous serious exploration of music performance, The Singer. A merciless dissection of class pretensions, this was a resounding favourite on the Lido at the Venice International Film Festival in 2015.

Consummately filmed, richly complex and cringingly hilarious, this is one for all lovers of fine cinema done well, and great music done very badly.