The Colour of Money: They Have Changed Their Face (15*) (Hanno cambiato faccia)

8.30pm / + Introduction by Patricia MacCormack

16 September 2015
Cinema 2

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Drawing upon the legend of Dracula and updating it to a 1970s Italy setting, this eerie drama explores ideas of media manipulation, consumerism and the sheep like tendencies of the public.

Lowly automotive employee Alberto Valle's presence is requested at his employer's mountain top villa. He soon senses that all is not right with his surroundings and realises that his employer, Giovanni Nosferatu (Aldolfo Celi) is much more than the head of an automotive company. Stuck in a surreal consumer manipulation cabal, Valle struggles with his morals and fears.

(aka Hanno Cambiato Faccia) Italy 1971 Dir Corrado Farina 90 min
Digital presentation
In Italian with English subtitles

Curated by Cigarette Burns Cinema

This event is part of:
The Colour of Money

Please arrive promptly at the advertised start time

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