Sao Paulo, A Metropolitan Symphony (*)

4pm/With live piano accompaniment by Clélia Iruzun

5 October 2014
Cinema 1

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Screening in the UK for the first time, 85 years after its release in Brazil, this lyrical film explores a day in the life of the bustling Brazilian city, depicting it as a modern metropolis but not shying away from the city’s poor and its dispossessed.

Brazil 1929 Dirs Adalberto Kemeny and Rudolf Rex Lustig 90 min 

Presented in partnership with the Embassy of Brazil, London

With special thanks to the Cinemateca Brasileira

Part of City Visions
Part of Silent Film & Live Music Series

Please arrive promptly at the advertised start time

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