September 19, 2017

Must-see films in Cine Europa 2017

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  • Celebrating 20 years of sharing European values, traditions, and culture to the Philippines.  Cine Europa 2017 is the perfect event to go to for avid film fans. Starting September 16 to 26, 2017 at the Shang Cineplex. They will also tour for four months in eight cities and municipalities, making the films more accessible to film enthusiasts all over the country.

    We have listed must-see films to watch alone or with someone with you! Let the films get rolling!

    The Exterminating Angel


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    This Spanish movie is truly a classic and is included in The New York Times’ best 1,000 films. It is a film about a group of people that got stuck in one room after a dinner party. With certain circumstances force, led them to shed their perfect facades and strong pretenses to reveal the uglier side of human nature.

    Veiviseren (Pathfinder)

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    Norwegian Action-Adventure film is more that the eyes. A quest for vengeance in the medieval era. It’s somewhat common to the famous film, Revenant. The story follows a tribe of peaceful hunter-gatherers trying to to survive in a frozen wasteland. Follow their story while murders and struggles play through the entire film.

    Babbette’s Feast

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     A Italian criminal-comedy movie wherein a ragtag group of small-time thieves attempt to burgle a state-run pawn shop in Rome but is met with a lot of mishaps. This film is considered as an all-time Italian masterpiece. Unravel the story of sisters Martine (Birgitte Federspiel) and Philippa (Bodil Kjer).

    Wilsonov (Wilson City)

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    A mix of comedy, fantasy, and mystery all in one film. Together with an unlikely pair, Wilsonov or Wilson City is inspired by paperback crime novels tells the story of an adventurous search for a unknown murderer who just after the end of the First World War has begun a rampage in Wilson City, a  town somewhere in Eastern Europe.

    De He van ’63 (The Hell of ’63)

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    Originally released in 2009,  De He van ’63 (The Hell of ’63) is story based on true life. The story is about the infamous skaters who got injured during the 200-km ice-skating race in the Netherlands. Given the low and freezing temperature a group of skaters are full of courage overcome their triumph.

    The festival will screen 24 films from 16 European countries, including Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, the United Kingdom, and Norway.

    Also read: 20th Cine Europa: Fusion of Classic and Contemporary Films

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