Five

SUMMARY:

☞FILM: ‘Five’ directed by Igor Gotesman (102 mins)
☞DATE & TIME: Friday 20th May – film-themed cocktail (€4) available from 8pm; screening starts at 9:15pm
☞CINEMA: Studio 28, 10 rue Tholozé, Montmartre 75018 Paris
☞TICKETS: Concession price of €7.50 applies to all! Only available at the door (please arrive early to avoid disappointment and bring cash as Studio 28 does not accept cards)

DETAILS:

To celebrate Lost in Frenchlation’s first six months of existence, we are proud to bring you France’s most comedic film of 2016 – Igor Gotesman’s ‘Five’! The debut director’s film was only released last month but has already received international recognition for its portrayal of contemporay young friendship (as well as its limits). Drawing its influences from hugely popular international film franchises such as ‘The Hangover’, this is not one to be missed!

The doors of cinema Studio 28 – Paris’ oldest and most iconic cinema located in the heart of Montmartre – will be open from 8pm on Friday 20th May with an innovative film-themed cocktail (€4) available at the bar before the screening. The film will commence at 9.15pm, leaving you plenty of time to catch up with old and new friends alike in the presence of Paris’ buzzing international community!

Igor Gotesman’s ‘Five’ is “a lively and often rather funny affair… with plenty of below-the-belt humor à l’américaine. Indeed, Five simply wouldn’t exist without The Hangover, Neighbors and Superbad.”
– The Hollywood Reporter

Complementing the movie’s abundance of laughs is the fact that Gotesman selected as his cast real-life friends currently operating within the fresh generation of the French film industry. This interesting dynamic delivers an authentic and intriguing representation of some of the funnier aspects of friendship realised by some of the country’s youth!

On behalf of the team at Lost in Frenchlation, we hope you join us to celebrate six months of bringing the best of French cinema to the international community the true Parisian way – at the cinema!