Cinema in headphones

Cinema in cuffia
Cinema in cuffia
Giardino La Nunziatina
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A summer of films and musicals on the big screen in the Garden, to be listened to with headphones under the stars. La Nunziatina lives the summer in silent mood in the historic centre, with a programme of films not to be missed. A different and innovative way to spend a pleasant summer evening at the cinema, sitting comfortably in the garden, complete with wireless headphones provided by the film festival organisers, to enjoy a good film without being disturbed by the noise of the city night and without disturbing the evening of those who will be at La Nunziatina for a chat, an aperitif or dinner.

It starts on 11 July at 9.30 p.m. and then continues every summer week, on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings, until 31 August. The programme includes great classics such as Jim Sharman's The Rocky Horror Picture Show and more recent musicals such as Damien Chazelle's La La Land.

Headphone rental for the Cinema area costs 5 euro; entrance to the garden will always be free for those who wish to sit under the umbrellas for a drink or dinner as a couple, with family, with friends. There will only be a choice between two parallel evenings, the "silent" one in an armchair, for cinema lovers, and the one between chats and laughter, for those who prefer to spend it with friends at the table.

On the bill in the first week of headphone cinema: Men Prefer Blondes by Howard Hawks (Tuesday 11 July), The Blues Brothers by John Landis (Wednesday 12 July) and Mamma Mia! by Phyllida Lloyd (Thursday 13 July).


FOOTLOOSE (1 August, 9.30p.m.)

Following the death of his mother, the young Ren McCormack, he moved to Bomont to live with his uncles. There he discovers that the mayor has banned, following a tragic fatal accident, rock music and dancing in public. Too bad that the pastor’s own daughter fell in love with Ren, meanwhile become a symbol of rebellion for all his peers. Together with Ariel and a group of friends, the protagonist will be able to change the local mentality and restore the energy of the dance.

A STAR IS BORN (2 August, 8.30p.m.)

Norman Maine, a famous film actor in decline, is saved by singer Ester Blodgett (Judy Garland) from a sham in the middle of a show. Grateful for the gesture, the actor decides to launch the promising singer to success, while her star slowly darkens.

ALL THAT JAZZ (3 August, 9.30p.m.)

Joe Gideon is a renowned choreographer who is staging a great show on Broadway; in his field he is the number one, but for this Joe is never satisfied with his work: he can not decide the actors and actresses of his show, he constantly changes the script, the rehearsals seem to never end and in the meantime the production times of the show expand in an unacceptable way for his impresario and the budget is higher than the funding figures established. In addition to this, Joe has an unruly love life, is separated from the woman who gave him a daughter and splits between the dancers of his show. The stress of his professional and private life causes him to smoke too much and to constantly take dangerous exciting...



Tuesday 11 July, 9.30 p.m.

Men Prefer Blondes by Howard Hawks

Wednesday 12 July, 9.30 p.m.

The Blues Brothers by John Landis

Thursday, July 13, 9:30 p.m.

Mamma Mia! by Phyllida Lloyd

Tuesday 18 July, 9.30 p.m.

The Rocky Horror Picture Show by Jim Sharman

Wednesday 19 July, 9.30 p.m.

Grease by Randal Kleiser

Thursday 20 July, 9.30 p.m.

Seeking My Love by Mark Sandrich

Tuesday 25 July, 9.30 p.m.

Frankenstein Junior by Mel Brooks

Wednesday, July 26, 9:30 p.m.

Moulin Rouge by Baz Luhrmann

Thursday 27 July, 9.30 p.m.

Singing in the Rain by Stanley Donen and Gene Kelly