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Art Alert: British drama 45 Years to screen at Cairo’s Magnolia

The film was Oscar-nominated in 2016

Ahram Online , Wednesday 15 Mar 2017
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45 Years (Photo: Scene from Collider website)
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45 Years, an Oscar-nominated romantic drama directed by Andrew Haigh, will screen at Cinema Magnolia Leaves of Art in Zamalek on 20 March.

Kate (Charlotte Rampling), is planning a party to celebrate the 45th anniversary of her wedding to Geoff (Tom Courtenay), when her husband gets nostalgic about a former lover, Katya, who died fifty years ago.

Geoff receives a letter informing him that Katya’s body has been found in a melting glacier in the Swiss Alps, where she had apparently perished after falling while hiking.
Rampling was nominated for an Oscar in 2016 for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role.

Rampling won the Best Actress award at the Berlin International Film Festival in 2015, among other awards.

Programme:

Monday 20 March, 7 pm
Magnolia. Leaves of Art, 12 Mohamed Anis Street, Zamalek, Cairo

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