Cinemas This continues to fascinate, a cinema found in the subterranian end of Paris. While Stella Artois continue to sponsor the display of films in churches and courtrooms, the French are doing something even more interesting. The most exciting thing for me is the selection of films chosen: "The cinema, with restaurant and bar annexe, was open for a seven-week season this summer, showing a suitably subversive programme which included works by Chinese and Korean directors but also Alex Proyas' Dark City, Coppola's Rumble Fish, David Lynch's Eraserhead, and Terry Gilliam's Brazil." This seems to be the perfect environment for those. Can I also suggest Late Night Shopping, Blade Runner and Akira if they manage to burrow there way into somewhere else.
Posted on Saturday, September 11, 2004