☞FILM: ‘Dalida’ by Lisa Azuelos (124 mins)
☞ DATE & TIME: Thursday 2 February – screening starts at 7:15pm with drinks following the film (€6 famous house cocktail, €5 spritz and €25 bottle of wine and mixed planche)
☞ CINEMA: Le Brady, 39 Boulevard de Strasbourg 75010 PARIS
☞ TICKETS: €9 full price; €7.50 for students and other concessions. TICKETS AVAILABLE ONLINE ONLY!
Lost in Frenchlation is back on February 2 to bring you “one of 2017’s most anticipated films in France”, ‘Dalida’! The film depicts the epic life story of the Egyptian-born Italian-French singer – ‘ an unconventional modern woman living through conventional times’ – whose impact on France was so great that her statue rests next to the iconic Sacre Coeur.
The screening will start at the charming and typically Parisian cinema Le Brady at 7:15pm with tickets available online ONLY.
After the film, join us at ‘Tony’ – winner of a Time Out Paris Bar of the Year 2016 award – where you can enjoy the famous house cocktail for only €6, a Spritz for €5, or for those of you looking to satisfy your hunger, a selection of cheese and charcuterie accompanied by a bottle of wine for only €25! ‘Tony’ is only a 3 minute walk from Le Brady and there will be a privatised area for Lost in Frenchlation’s guests.
‘From her birth in Cairo in 1933 to her first concert at the Olympia in Paris in 1956; from her marriage to Lucien Morisse, director of the newly emerging Europe 1 radio to the height of the disco scene; from her journey of discovery to India to the international success of Gigi L’Amoroso in 1974, DALIDA the film, is a touching and tragic portrait of an emotionally complex woman who was born to be a star. An unconventional modern woman living through conventional times. Despite her tragic death in 1987 Dalida’s extraordinary presence and talent continue to live on.’ – Official synopsis
You can check out the trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QGgtO0WP9KU
We’ll see you at Le Brady to enjoy ‘Dalida’ with English subtitles in true Parisian style – at the cinema!