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Sunday, 05. 05. 2024 / 19:00 / Main Hall

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The Beasts As bestas

Rodrigo Sorogoyen / Spain, France / 2022 / 137 min / Spanish, French

Screenings

Sunday, 05. 05. 2024 / 19:00 / Main Hall

Rain-Check Screenings

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A French couple Vincent and Olga have been living for years in a small, rustic village in Galicia. They lead a quiet life practising eco-responsible farming. Their idyllic existence derails and spins out of control when they are the only ones in the village opposing the installation of wind turbines… 

cast Denis Menochet, Marina Foïs, Luis Zahera, Diego Anido, Marie Colomb

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“The strongest film I have seen this year.”
– Catherine Deneuve

“A terrific psychological thriller and a brooding, muscular filmmaking.”
– Screen Daily

“A superbly acted, breathtakenly tense thriller.” 
– The Guardian

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Saturday, 05. 08. 2023

FILM UNDER THE STARS – Yesterday without the stars!

Due to the bad weather, the screening of THE BEASTS was cancelled. You can see THE BEASTS today, August 5, at 21:00 in Kinodvor (the number of seats at Kinodvor is considerably lower than in the castle courtyard).

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