Movies are generally looked down upon. Without any language barrier, if you've
seen one, you've seem 'em all. But once in a while a movie comes along that you
love to remember. Like the Star Wars, where you don't know if the movie's going
forwards or backwards and it's worth remembering because you cannot possibly forget.
A Sunday In The Country is also an unforgettable film but for good reasons. The
movie is about an ageing French painter of the post-impressionist school - one
who never quite made it - living comfortably with his mistress/housekeeper after
his wife's death. His children and grandchildren come to visit him on Sundays.
He's always attentive, dutiful, but rather disappointed. This particular Sunday,
however, sees the visit of his tempestuous daughter, Irene, from Paris. A poignant
depiction of family life directed by the award-winning filmmaker Tavernier.
A Sunday… is a true classic fulfilling the potential of cinematic brilliance.
A treat for all who understand the magic of cinema.
Please contact Prakash Reddy at 2373-0265 for further details.