"Green Book", Peter Farrelly"Green Book", Peter Farrelly
"Green Book"

Are you a cinema fan? You live in Wroclaw, but you do not know Polish well? That's great! Lúa Ordás, artist and culture animator, is here to help you. Check out her film recommendations (movies in English or with English subtitles). All of the titles can be found in the repertoire of our cinema.

Especially for you Lúa will be preparing reviews of newest premieres!

Green Book, dir. Peter Farelly

I got caught here from the beginning till the end. This is the kind of movie that interrupts your life for two hours and afterwards lets you go back to your own business feeling more civilized. There is a sense of simplicity in achieving this: two men in a car, travelling through the deep south of the United States in a time of racial segregation. One happens to be a virtuous Jamaican-American pianist (Mahershala Ali), who finds a driver for his concert tour in Tony Lip, (Viggo Mortensen) an Italian-American bouncer. While following up on their journey, we realized - and this is where the sense of satisfaction comes in - the joy of meeting a friend. The movie uncovers a simple truth about friendship: it is beyond lifestyle, convictions, agenda and even beyond our will, and that's what makes it so satisfying. The journey goes through Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina, Alabama, experiencing a wide range of emotions; being proud, feeling shame, being caring, careless, and having to realize it. We've seen it before in American History X when Derek (Edward Norton) meets Lamont (Guy Torry) and how their time together transforms themboth. In a much lighter way, the time is flying between thesetwo main characters, they are almost the only one thing happening in the whole movie, and yet, you never have quite enough of watching how the two polarities are interacting with each other. And yet, neither of them is a cliché, but a classic, where the gesture, dialogue, and silence play just in perfect timing to make of them a comedy couple. In the end, I left lighter than when I came, a bit more at ease with the other, and I swear that I saw people smiling leaving the cinema.

Agent Kot 
Christoph LauensteinWolfgang Lauenstein, Belgia, Niemcy 2018
Aladyn (napisy) 
Guy Ritchie, USA 2019
Basia 2 
Marcin Wasilewski, Łukasz Kacprowicz, Polska 2018
Dzień czekolady 
Jacek Piotr Bławut, Polska 2018
Jestem William 
Jonas Elmer, Dania 2017
Kobieta idzie na wojnę 
Benedikt Erlingsson, Francja, Islandia, Ukraina 2018
Krew Boga 
Bartosz Konopka, Polska, Belgia 2018
Królowa Kier 
May el-Toukhy, Dania, Szwecja 2019
Łowcy czarownic (dubbing) 
Raško Miljković, Macedonia 2018
Ma 
Tate Taylor, USA 2019
Niedobrani 
Jonathan Levine, USA 2019
Paskudy. Uglydolls 
Robert Rodriguez, USA 2019
Petra 
Jaime Rosales, Dania, Hiszpania, Francja 2018
Podwójne życie 
Olivier Assayas, Francja 2018
Pokémon: Detektyw Pikachu (dubbing) 
Rob Letterman, Japonia, USA 2019
Pokémon: Detektyw Pikachu (napisy) 
Rob Letterman, Japonia, USA 2019
Rocketman 
Dexter Fletcher, Wielka Brytania 2019
Sauvage 
Camille Vidal-Naquet, Francja 2018
Słodki koniec dnia 
Jacek Borcuch, Polska 2019
Tajemnice Joan 
Trevor Nunn, Wielka Brytania 2019
rezerwacje telefoniczne

(+48) 532 726 581

tłumaczenia
dopisz się do newslettera
Kino Nowe Horyzonty, ul. Kazimierza Wielkiego 19a-21, 50-077 Wrocław, kino@kinonh.pl
© Stowarzyszenie Nowe Horyzonty  • Regulamin serwisu  •  realizacja: Pracownia Pakamera + Multiversal
Kino uprzedza o możliwości dokonywania koniecznych zmian w programie.