Screening of “The Consequences of Love” – March 4th 2015

"The Consequences of Love"

Screening on Wednesday, March 4th 2015

*** PLEASE NOTE THAT DUE TO THE CLOSURE OF LEYTONSTONE LIBRARY FOR REFURBISHMENT, OUR REGULAR VENUE HAS MOVED TO ANOTHER LOCATION. READ BELOW FOR ALL THE DETAILS ***
The Consequences of Love
Directed by Paolo Sorrentino
•   Year: 2004
•   Country: Italy
•   Running time: 100 min.
•   Cassification: (15)
•   Watch a clip here
The film competed at the 2004 Cannes Film Festival.[1] It won five David di Donatello awards including Best Film, Best Director and Best Actor. It was also the first film to achieve widespread critical acclaim for Sorrentino.
Summary: Comments:

In a Swiss hotel, Titta di Girolamo lives a rigid and tedious life, sitting by a lake day after day. After ten years of waiting for something, although he doesn't know what, he begins to talk to Sophia, the hotel's barmaid, and as he tells his story, everything changes.

The film is noted for its extremely stylish cinematography. The most memorable scene features Titta injecting himself with heroin and sees the camera flip 180 degrees as it follows Titta's falling head. Critics have also praised the film's tracking shots and the opening sequence, which depicts a bright white corridor.

 

Screening on March 4th 2015, Wednesday
Starting time 7:45pm
Venue information:
Leytonstone Children's Centre (Former Harrow Green Library, ground floor)

8 Cathall Road, Leytonstone E11 4LF.

See the location map
Entrance £5 (£4 all concessions)
Note: If the main entrance in Cathall Rd. is closed then there is a side entrance around the corner in Melon Rd. on the ground floor.