The famous French movie “Untouchable”, this Sunday in Mario Monreale

The Culture Delegation presents, Sunday, April 25th, the famous French film Untouchable, Within the contemporary European cycle, to replace the one that was initially programmed Joy garden. The venue for the show is still the Mario Monreale Cultural Center and the time is also kept at 7:00 PM. Framed in the comedy-drama genre, this 109-minute film is recommended for fans over the age of 7. Capacity will be limited and entrance is free.

The film is directed by Oliver Nakachi and Eric Toledano. The soundtrack was composed by the great Ludovico Enoudi and among the cast are famous actors and actresses such as Francois Closet, Omar Si, Anne Le Ni, Audrey Floro and Clotilde Mollet, among others.

The film tells the story of Philip, an aristocratic millionaire who was paralyzed in quadriplegia due to a paragliding accident. Idris, a migrant from a poor neighborhood who just got out of prison, hires as a caregiver at home. Although, at first glance, he doesn’t seem to be the right person, the two end up bringing Vivaldi and Earth Wind and Fire together, rhetoric and fun, tuxedos and sportswear. Two worlds are opposing, little by little, congruent until the formation of a crazy, funny and solid friendship as much as it is unexpected, a unique relationship from which sparks spring.

The film received numerous awards and nominations between 2011 and 2012, among which was the award for Best European Film that featured at the Joya Awards; For Best Foreign Film at the Satellite Awards; Best European Film at the David Di Donatello Awards; Best Film, Best Leading Actor and Supporting Actor at the Tokyo Film Festival and numerous nominations for Best Film and Best Actor, for both Omar C and Francois Closet, in famous festivals such as the Golden Globes, BAFTA Awards, European Film Awards, Judy Awards and Saint Sebastian Film Festival.

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Thanks to this course, we had an unbeatable opportunity to approach European performances, funded by modest budgets and away from that aesthetic typical of American cinema, typical of big Hollywood companies. These products are native to Germany, the United Kingdom, Italy and Spain.

The following films can also be watched on this course: Tony ErdmanAnd the Written, we just have to dance s Daughter of a thief.

During the whole session, the organization will consider health and prevention measures against the epidemic, which will also be mandatory for the public.

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