Cinémathèque At The Proud Archivist: Lost In Translation
Sunday funday has never been more true
There are a few common bonds that binds all of humanity together: we sleep, we eat, we laugh, we love and, on a Sunday, we enjoy nothing more than curling up in front of a film. Preferably with some decent food. Oh and wine too? Yeah, go on then. The Proud Archivist is capitalising on this with their collar with Day To Night. They'll be bringing great cinema, Sunday roasts and the finest wines known to humanity together in a cosy setting complete with views of the Regents Canal. Say goodbye to Sunday blues. This week, catch Sofia Coppola's Lost In Translation. The film follows two Americans in Japan. Strangers in a foreign land, they are pulled together by loneliness, alienation and a desire for escape and understanding. Coppola's masterly direction, two star performances from Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson and a wonderfully eclectic soundtrack all combine to create a modern masterpiece. "There's not a word or a wistful glance out of place in Sofia Coppola's offbeat comedy drama." – BBC "How instinctively we react -- and connect -- when a film captures a feeling that is all too common, and all too real." – Toronto Star Over 14s only.
"Cinematic cherry blossom."