National Film Corporation Theater
303, Bauddhaloka Mawatha,
New Dates: every penultimate Wednesday of the month
July 22, (Wednesday) at 6 pm – All is forgiven (Tout est pardonné) by Mia Hansen-Løve (2007) – 105’
August 19, (Wednesday) at 6 pm – Jules and Jim (Jules et Jim) by François Truffaut (1962) – 105’
September23 (Wednesday), 6 PM – Chinese Puzzle (Casse-tête chinois) by Cédric Klapisch (2013) – 117’
All is forgiven
Victor and Annette are a married couple with a little girl named Pamela. Due to Victor’s continuous bad habits, they have a monumental blowout in the relationship. In the aftermath, Victor moves in with a junkie he has fallen in love with and Annette disappears into the city with Pamela. Flash-forward 11 years later, and 17-year-old Pamela is still living in Paris with her mother. When an inquiry into father’s whereabouts reveals that Victor is living nearby, curious Pamela decides to check in on her long-lost dad.
Won Louis Delluc Prize for Best First Film
Nominated for Best First Film “Caméra d’Or”- Cannes Film Festival 2007
Nominated for Best First Film – César Awards 2007
Jules and Jim
In the carefree days before World War I, introverted Austrian author Jules strikes up a friendship with the exuberant Frenchman Jim. Both men fall for the impulsive and beautiful Catherine, but it’s Jules who wins her hand. After the war, Jim visits Jules, Catherine and their daughter in their Austrian home and discovers not only that his feelings for Catherine are unchanged, but also that they’re reciprocated..
Nominated for Best Foreign Actress Jeanne Moreau – BAFTA British Film Awards 1963
A 40-year-old father’s life is complicated when the mother of his two children moves to New York. Since he can’t bear them growing up far away from him, he decides to move there as well.
Audience Awards 2nd – San Francisco International Film Festival 2014
Nominated for Best Original Music – César Awards 2014