Already have plans for this exta-feira? We have a suggestion and the good news is that admission is free. We are talking about ‘Outdoor Cinema’ under the CCB summer program. Mark in your agenda: every Friday at 9:30 p.m., until September.
From tomorrow, all destinations will then go to Belém, where you will have the opportunity to see the film ‘Born in 68’, a work of Olivier Ducastel and Jacques Martineau, inserted in the programming of the cycle on ‘May 68’.
This film, for people over 16 years, goes back to the time when Catherine, Yves and Hervé are 20 years old and the May Revolution is responsible for changing their lives completely. It is then that they decide to move to an abandoned farm where they will have the opportunity to live an experience in community.
However, the craving for freedom and the desires and goals of each one leads them to make choices that will lead them to separation. Already in 1989, when the children of Catherine and Yves are already young adults, they are confronted with the fact that the world has changed deeply. In the cause is the end of communism and utopias, the heritage of struggle of the generation that preceded them must be rescued.
The screening of the films on CCB ends on September 7 with a 007-style action movie, ‘Cumbernauld’.