Sip some delicious wine and watch some of the best movies of all languages!
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Our choice for the October French movie is Un Conte d’Automne (Autumn Tale) by Eric Rohmer
Un Conte d’Automne, (Autumn Tale), released in 2000 and by Eric Rohmer, is the last of his films based on seasons and, in my view, the best.
A beautifully nuanced, subtle exploration of man-woman, daughter-children relationships as well as friendship. Delicate and elegant, this is a deceptively simple, quintessentially French film, set in the autumnal colours of wine country.
English subtitles – Suitable for all audiences – 1h55.
Our choice for the October world movie is Beoning (Burning) by Lee Chang-Dong
Beoning (Burning) is a film by Lee Chang-Dong, nominated at the 2018 Cannes Festival in the official category. An ambiguous and enigmatic film, part thriller, part psychological drama, part societal critique, it is impeccably constructed, served by excellent performances by its three leading actors.
English subtitles – suitable for adults over 16 –
As it is a long film (almost 2.30h) we will start punctually on time.