Image from «El gran rugido» © Michael Rougier/Time&Life/1971
The CCCB’s annual outdoor cinema series, ‘Gandules', returns this month with a theme that is sure to tantalise—the nine films explore the deadly sins and other, modern-day temptations. The series will open with Labyrinth of Passion (Laberinto de pasiones), Almodóvar’s 1982 film about the amoral encounters of wayward characters: a nymphomaniac pop singer, the gay son of an emperor, and a psychotherapist with ulterior motives, to name a few. The lineup also features Dazed and Confused (1993), the classic American comedy about coming of age in a culture of sex and alcohol, and Young and Wild (2012), a Chilean film about a teenage girl who enrages her conservative Protestant family by blogging about her sexual exploits. The psychological and adventure thrillers Don’t Look Now (1973), Roar (1981), The Babadook (2014) and Bunny Lake is Missing (1965) will also be screened. Films explore deception, torment, envy and lust. Entrance is free.
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