(Culture) – As millions of of people around the world are celebrating on July 14 the starting of the French Revolution (1789) better known as “Bastille Day,” the French and Francophones in San Francisco are also gathering to commemorate this national holiday “La Fête Nationale”.
L’Alliance Francaise of San Francisco, a hub for language, community, and culture, is having an Open House and Film Night on the evening of Thursday, July 14, and everybody is welcomed. Highlights for this event are a Bastille Day trivia and the screening of “Molière,” and of course a little bit of red wine. ;-)!
Inspired by the life and work of one of the greatest French playwrights, Molière tells the story of a struggling actor who is rescued from prison by a rich merchant with a bored wife and a lovesick daughter. Romain Duris, Fabrice Luchini and Laura Morante are main actors for this film. In French with English subtitles. Free admission ($5 suggested donation.)
Bastille Day Open House and Film Night: Molière
Thursday, July 14
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
1345 Bush Street – map
San Francisco, CA 94109
415 775 7755 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Happy Bastille Day!