Love Everlasting - Cinema
directed by Mario Caserini (Italy, 1913, 90 min.)
followed by an encounter with Lucio Russo and Emiliano Morreale
A wonderful masterpiece from a hundred years ago, this melodrama of love and death made the reputation of Lyda Borelli, the first ever movie star, as the seductive yet doleful embodiment of a love crushed by her past identity, with psychological perceptions that are still unbelievably relevant to today.
The screening will feature the version of the film restored in 2013 by the Fondazione Cineteca di Bologna, Museo Nazionale del Cinema, Fondazione Cineteca Italiana, in its L'Immagine Ritrovata workshop.
Admission via steps in via Milano 9a
Admission free while places last