With the movie "Oliver Twist" This year, the Library's film screenings begin the Monday 26 July on 9.30 pm.
With the screening of the film for young and old "Oliver Twist" start on Monday 26 July this year's film screenings at the Koventari Municipal Library of Kozani, in the context of the cultural events of Lassaneia. The screenings take place in the backyard of the new building of K.D.V.K.. (entrance from Agnostou Stratioti Street), start at 9.30 evening and admission is free for all.
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The movie Oliver Twist is a production drama 1948 directed by David Lynn. The screenplay of the film is based on the novel of the same name by Charles Dickens, which was adapted for the big screen by Lynn himself in collaboration with Stanley Haynes. The film stars Alec Guinness as Feigin, Robert Newton as Bill Sykes, Kay Walsh as Nancy, Anthony Newley as Dodge and John Howard Davis as Oliver.
The British Film Institute ranked the film 46th on its list of 100 best of all time.The case of the project.
Oliver Twist is a nine-year-old boy who never met his parents and grew up in an orphanage.. In the orphanage he is forced to suffer the cruelty of the caretaker, K. Bubble, when he finds the courage to ask for more porridge. Bubble kicks him out of the orphanage and sends him to help the Sombrery couple at their funeral home. There he experiences the ill-treatment again and leaves for London. In London he meets a boy named Dodge, who lures him into a ghetto of pickpockets and thugs run by Jew Feigin and the beastly Bill Sikes. The only person who treats him lovingly is Sikes's mistress, Nancy. In his first mission, the infinite still, Oliver's wallet fails to escape after Dodge steals a gentleman's wallet. The kind Mr. Brownlow, the victim of theft, withdraws the charges and takes him under his protection. But Oliver's happiness is temporary as members of the Feigin spiral return to take him with them., while at the same time a great secret is revealed.
The course of the film.
The movie was shown in 1948 in Great Britain, drawing rave reviews. Both the audience and the critics adored Alec Guinness, who with the help of makeup, of his prosthetic nose and great talent he managed to impersonate the Jew Feigin in a majestic way. Nevertheless, Guinness's portrayal of Feigin as anti-Semitic, where its screening was prohibited until 1951. The version of the movie that was shown in 1951 in the USA. had undergone editing cuts regarding Feigin's role. Screening of the film was also banned by Israel and Egypt.
Oliver Twist in our Library.
Dickens said: “with the adventures and unhappy life of little Oliver, I wanted n’ prove that the spirit of good always manages to overcome any adversity and ultimately triumph”.
The specific project exists in K.D.V.K.. in various editions and you can search for it by visiting the email address opac.kozlib.gr.
In order to comply with all the necessary measures for the protection of public health recommended by EODY, in the space there will be fifty (50) seats, at the provided distance between them, as well as disinfectants, while spectators should wear a protective mask.