“LE CINEMA” AT BASTILLE FESTIVAL IN THE ROCKS
A glass of Mulled Wine, comfortably seated on a deck chair & wrapped up in a blanket. Get ready for a Unique outdoor Cinema experience, overlooking the Opera and the Harbour Bridge.
THE MOVIE SELECTION
The Movie is screened in its original version with English Subtitles (If not in English)
Fabled spy OSS 117, Hubert Bonisseur de la Bath, was the quintessential fictional hero of postwar France, criss-crossing the world to defend his patrie against slippery foreigners. The spy, played by Jean Dujardin, is an iconic character who creates awkward social situations while using his charm. It’s the perfect movie to watch after a long day to relax and laugh.
LES BRONZES FONT DU SKI
Even after more than 30 years, this indomitable movie doesn’t take a ride and we always laugh as much. After a meeting on a trip to the Ivory Coast, some friends decide to meet for a ski holiday. During this off-piste ski tour, the group gets lost before being rescued by peasants from the high mountains, who give them food and drink. It’s great comedy to watch to laid out.
WHAT’S IN A NAME ?
This movie is undoubtedly one of the best French comedies of the year 2010. The film shows a dinner between friends that turns into a nightmare after the announcement of the name of the future child of Vincent. It is an eight closed with a funny general atmosphere and lot of suspense. We never get bored ! Perfect to start the weekend with a smile.
LA VIE EN ROSE
It’s useless to present Edith Piaf as this icon of the song has marked its time, in France and abroad. This biopic retraces the main moments of the singer’s life. It’s a tragic biography and an extraordinary interpretation, Marion Cotillard doesn’t play Edith Piaff, she IS Edith Piaff. Amazing songs and the story of a unique artist
It’s above all the story of Remy, a rat who dreams of becoming a great chef. But Ratatouille is much more than that. This hilarious animated adventure transports you to a magical world : it’s a hymn in Paris, in architecture and French food. This movie provides excellent entertainment, ideal for spending a good time on the Saturday afternoon.
Marie-Antoinette : it’s beautiful, it’s captivating, it’s filled with amazing scenery, and spectacular costumes. It’s a realisation that takes us behind the scenes of the Chateau de Versailles, through the story of Marie Antoinette, the Queen of France, wife of Louis XVI. A perfect film to watch on a Saturday night under a duvet, a glass of hot wine in hand.
THE FIFTH ELEMENT
Who has never seen or heard of Luc Besson’s “Fifth Element” ? This cult 90s film leads us into a strange future. While all hope seems dashed, a hero, Bruce Willis, will have to discover the fifth element to save humanity. This science fiction movie blends humor, action and love. This is the perfect movie to end the weekend.