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The Great Beauty - 4 p.m. Saturday 25/1 at the Nova

We will meet at the Nova Restaurant from 3 p.m. onwards, Stefan. [masked]

"Can The Great Beauty really stand alongside Rome, Open City and La Dolce Vita?   Check back in half a century. Until then, all that matters is that it might,   and theoretically could. It certainly soars above Sorrentino’s earlier work,   a shimmering coup de cinema to make your heart burst, your mind swim and   your soul roar. When the credits began to roll at the press screening at the   Cannes Film Festival in May, some critics rose to their feet and just stared   dumbly at the screen. I’m happy to admit I was among them. "

Robbie Collin

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  • Kay B.

    Another interesting choice of film...a modern day version of 'La Dolce Vita'...merci!

    1 · January 26, 2014

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