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New Italian Cinema: The Great Beauty; Film & Party/Tickets are sold out.

Let's go the New Italian Cinema Closing Night Film and Party. It is important to BUY YOUR TICKET RIGHT AWAY BECAUSE THIS EVENT ALWAYS SELLS OUT EARLY. You can get more info and buy your ticket here: http://www.sffs.org/pressdownloads/default.aspx?catid=131%2c1630%2c1635 .

Here is a description of the film:

I wanted to be the king of the high life,” says Roman writer Jep Gambardella (Toni Servillo, masterful once again), and he’s mostly succeeded. Coasting off the success of his first novel, he entertains the haute bourgeoisie on the terrace of his luxurious flat where they party and pontificate. But after 65 years, he finds himself looking for more meaning than “la dolce vita” supplies. Considering old loves while embarking on new affairs, Jep is the viewer’s world-weary guide to the Dionysian offerings of Rome. Employing elegant cinematography and a brilliantly wide-ranging score, director Paolo Sorrentino has created a phantasmagoric feast for the senses, a tribute to the Eternal City that will surely have a long life of its own.

Here are the details about the party:

Celebrate closing night of New Italian Cinema after the screening of Paolo Sorrentino’s acclaimed film The Great Beauty. A limited number of tickets are available for a post-screening reception at 1300 On Fillmore (1300 Fillmore at Eddy). Join us in celebration of the City of Florence Award with Italian-inspired bites and sponsored wine from 9:15–11:00 pm.

We will meet outside of the Clay Theater at 5:30 p.m. AT 5:40 we will get on line or go inside. The film starts at 6:00.

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  • Cristina

    No tix left

    November 5, 2013

  • Susan

    I'll try to get a ticket at Rush, too.

    November 5, 2013

  • Mehrnaz

    Got my tickets :-) this is posted also on a few other Meet Ups , tickets are going fast. The SFFS site kept showing sold out . Don't give up and try again, I got mine after several tries. I think they added more availability for online tickets. See you all there.

    November 5, 2013

  • Cristina

    I'll try to get tix at Rush.

    1 · November 4, 2013

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