A film about two strangers sharing a ride, another about two sisters trying to escape Syria, and the last one, about a rich cyclist’s accident in Lake Como.
Neve (In the Snow), Border, and Il Capitale Humano (Human Capital) are the last three films from the New Italian Cinema, to be exhibited today, Sunday, At the Vogue theater in San Francisco.
Directed by Stefano Incerti, In the Snow is a story about life’s coincidences. Donato and the woman thrown out of a luxury car who ends up sharing a ride with him may change their lives. Border, directed by Alessio Cremonini promises to show the boundaries of religion, life, and freedom. At 1pm.
Human Capital by Paolo Virzi has received several awards and may show a similarity or two with current life in San Francisco. ;-)! A must see at 9pm. The 6pm show is sold out.
The San Francisco Film Society made interesting choices for the lovers of Cinema. The turn to the New Italian Cinema ends today. Can’t wait!
FYI – Even if the shows are sold out, people wait in the rush line for those who did not show up. Worth the effort. Vogue is in San Francisco’s Laurel Heights. For tickets, go to sffs.org Parking may require your driving around for a while, but what’s new about that in San Francisco. ;-)!
Text by Lupita Peimbert, who loves foreign cinema.