Join Film Society KC and Tivoli Essential Cinema as we bring you Bernardo Bertolucci's expressionist masterpiece. Thursday, December 27th, 7pm at Tivoli Cinemas.
Film Society KC fans have access to a pair of FREE tickets, while supplies last.
ABOUT THE FILM
A commentary on fascism and beauty alike, it is acclaimed for its sumptuous visuals and extravagant, artful cinematography. Its account of the neuroses and self-loathing of a sexually confused would-be fascist (Jean-Louis Trintignant) aching to fit in in 1938 Rome, who is despatched to Paris to murder his former, anti-fascist college professor, was deemed an instant classic on release. It is also the movie that plugged postwar Italian cinema firmly and directly into the emerging 1970s renaissance in Hollywood film-making.