120 Battements par Minute


☞FILM: ‘120 Battements Par Minute’ (‘120 Beats Per Minute’) directed by Robin Campillo (140 minutes) – Winner of the 2017 Cannes Grand Prix
Friday 1st September – from 8pm, delicious gourmet French burgers from food truck ‘French Toque’, as well as a selection of French champagne, wine, beer, cider, cola and snacks available from the cinema bar; screening starts at 9pm
Club de l’Etoile, 14 rue Troyon 75017 Paris
€10 full price; €8 for students and all other concessions. Tickets available ONLINE and at the door. Both cards and cash accepted at the cinema.


Lost in Frenchlation is back on the 1st September with a new partner cinema and the 2017 Cannes Grand Prix winner: ‘120 Battements Par Minute’ with English subtitles! Join us at the amazing Club de l’Etoile just a stones throw away from the Arc de Triomphe from 8pm for delicious gourmet French burgers from foodtruck ‘French Toque’ and a selection of French drinks and snacks before the film starts at 9pm. Tickets available ONLINE and at the door – get yours early!

☞TICKET LINK: (http://h1.lc/DoySyg)

We’ll be switching between Club de l’Etoile and our usual location Studio 28 every other week to give you the best of both worlds. Located just off the Champs Elysees (2 blocks from the Arc de Triomphe!), Club de l’Etoile offers a stunning, modern, new cinema room to enhance your Parisian cinema experience! We will also be offering a much greater variety of French-inspired food and beverages during our cocktail hour before the screening – choose from wine, beer, cider or champagne and enjoy some handpicked French snacks before and during the film. Food truck ‘French Toque’ will be serving delicious gourmet French burgers from 8pm!

‘What does it take to fight a pandemic? Knowledge, courage and resilience, certainly, but also rough-and-tumble argument, a range of friendships both consoling and abrasive, a healthy sense of gallows humor and soul-sustaining supplies of loud music and louder sex. French writer-director Robin Campillo understands all of this in “BPM (Beats Per Minute),” his sprawling, thrilling, finally heart-bursting group portrait of Parisian AIDS activists in the early 1990s.’
– Variety

‘Early 1990s. With AIDS having already claimed countless lives for nearly ten years, Act Up-Paris activists multiply actions to fight general indifference. Nathan, a newcomer to the group, has his world shaken up by Sean, a radical militant.’
– Official Synopsis

Watch the trailer with English subs here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bi2KRS_hinE

Join us at Club de l’Etoile on Friday 1st September to enjoy ‘120 Battements Par Minute’ with English subtitles in true Parisian style – at the cinema!