The Thing - cinema review

The Thing - cinema review

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admission free

(USA 1982)
directed by John Carpenter, starring Kurt Russell, Wilford Brimley, Keith David
colour, 108', 35mm, Italian dubbed version

Antarctica. A group of American scientists is threatened by a horrible alien creature that absorbs every living being and takes their shape. Director Carpenter based his film on the The thing from another world, a 1951 sci-fi production by Howard Hawks, reshaping it in one of his most accomplished and unsettling films, with considerable thanks to Rob Bottin's top-notch special effects. A box-office flop on its release, in time the film has developed a huge international cult following. A prequel was also released in 2011, but we proudly present here the original on its 30th anniversary.

Info:
Sala Cinema
Entrance on mid floor of the staircase in via Milano 9A
Admission free while places last




Retrospective:

Some like it classic
Date:
data 10/12/2012 orario: 21:00
 
Calendario eventi
 
  • Some like it classic

    Notes of Cinema History. Fifth edition

    27 October 2015 > 31 May 2016

  • The Glory of Parma

    To tie in with the exhibition on "Correggio and Parmigianino. Art in the Parma in the 16th Century" at the Scuderie del Quirinale

    16 March > 25 May 2016

  • CINE50

    a decade in Italian cinema

    8 April > 22 May 2016

 
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