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Ahram Online recommends COOL KIDS DON’T CRY (Netherlands) and CESARE DEVE MORIRE (Italy)

Ahram Online, Thursday 4 Oct 2012
Cool Kids Dont Cry
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COOL KIDS DON’T CRY

Synopsis: The film is an adaptation of one of Benelux most famous children's novels. Tough prime school girl Akkie loves soccer and can be a real bully. Love is the only thing she's scared of. When Akkie is diagnosed with leukemia, she has to fight for her life. On the verge of going to high school, Akkie has to allow love to enter her life, and thus gain courage to accept the inevitable. 

Duration: 96 min

Country: Netherlands 

Programme:

Friday 5 October, 1:00pm at Galaxy Cinema, 67 Abd El Aziz Al Saud St., El Manial

 

CESARE DEVE MORIRE (CEASAR MUST DIE)

Synopsis: The theatre in Rome’s Rebibbia Prison: a performance of Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar” has just ended amidst much applause. The lights dim on the actors and they become prisoners once again as they are accompanied back to their cells. Who is Giovanni who plays Caesar? Who is Salvatore-Brutus? For which crimes have they been sentenced to prison? The Taviani brothers' docudrama does not hide this.

Duration: 76 min

Country: Italy

Programme

Friday 5 October, 6:30pm at Stars Cinema, Omar Ibn El-Khattab Street, Nasr City

 

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