From Robert Altman's M.A.S.H. to The Hunger Games to Bernardo Bertolucci's 1900, Canadian actor Donald Sutherland has built an impressive career over six decades. Winner of two Golden Globes and an Honorary Oscar, hailed for his charismatic performances in films and countless series, he will tell us about his abundant and fascinating cinema life.
M*A*S*H by Robert Altman (1970, 1h56)
The Korean War. In a military hospital, three new doctors turn the life of the camp upside down. Robert Altman blows up all the conventional war movie codes. Palme d'Or of 1970.
Pathé Bellecour Sun.13 10pm | UGC Confluence Mon.14 9pm | UGC Cité Internationale Thu.17 8:30pm | Pathé Vaise Fri.18 8:30pm | Charbonnières-les-Bains Sat.19 8pm
Klute by Alan J. Pakula (1971, 1h54)
John Klute's investigation into the disappearance of a businessman leads him to Bree Daniels, a prostitute... With Donald Sutherland, excellent as a strange detective, and a first Oscar win for Jane Fonda.
Institut Lumière Sun.13 4:30pm | Lumière Bellecour Sun.20 5:15pm
Don’t Look Now by Nicolas Roeg (1973, 1h50)
After the death of their daughter, a couple leaves for Venice, but the city becomes a threat... A film with chilling suspense and a fantastically eerie atmosphere. Starring Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie.
Comoedia Sun.13 8pm | Pathé Bellecour Mon.14 8:15pm | Lumière Terreaux Sat.19 11am | Villa Lumière Sun.20 5pm
Fellini’s Casanova by Federico Fellini (Il Casanova di Federico Fellini, 1976, 2h34)
In Venice and Europe, the libertine life of Casanova as seen by Federico Fellini... Donald Sutherland plays the title role, romping about with flamboyant sexual swag, but death and emptiness are lurking right around the corner. An important work, dark and wild.
Pathé Bellecour Mon.14 5:30pm | Lumière Terreaux Fri.18 8pm | UGC Confluence Sat.19 5pm
Ordinary People by Robert Redford (1980, 2h04)
Calvin, Beth and their son Conrad are the picture-perfect family of upper middle-class American society. But since the death of the eldest son, the family bonds have shifted irreparably... An intense and heart-wrenching drama that won four Oscars.
UGC Astoria Mon.14 8pm | Villa Lumière Tue.15 10:30am | UGC Confluence Thu.17 11am | Cinéma Opéra Sun.20 4:30pm
The Leisure Seeker by Paolo Virzi (2017, 1h52)
Ella and John have been in love for many years. To avoid going to a retirement home, they hit the road in their old motorhome... A touching road movie, with Helen Mirren and Donald Sutherland.
Pathé Bellecour Mon.14 2:45pm
F.T.A. by Francine Parker (1972, 1h37)
In the midst of the Vietnam War, a troop of actors presents a pacifist play on American military bases in the Pacific... F.T.A. (Free Theater Associates, or Fuck the Army...) demonstrates the absurdity of war as told through the voices of soldiers.
Villa Lumière Wed.16 6:30pm
Meet Donald Sutherland
Comédie Odéon Sun.13 3:15 pm
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