If you’re not afraid of snow…

Culture Party Zone

…programs in Debrecen on Saturday, 4 February 2012.Exhibitions

10:00 am – 6:00 pm, MODEM (1 December 2011 – 26 February 2012)
The Lines of Beauty
Nudes in the Antal-Lusztig Collection

10:00 am – 6:00 pm, MODEM (1 December 2011 – 26 February 2012)
7 Billion Human Brains, or So
Exhibition by László feLugossy

Club Deep – Gold Party
Cool Music and Dance Club – American Stars Party
Home – Coro Cafe Grand Opening Party
Neon City & Garden – Neon house party
Unplugged Club – “This is Bihar” – local rock bands playing


See all cinema programmes of February here.

The Help
American – Indian – Emirates drama, 2011, 146 min, Dir.: Tate Taylor, Stars: Emma Stone, Viola Davis
2 – 8 February 2.00 pm., 5.00 pm., Apolló Nagyterem

Tucker & Dale vs Evil
Canadian horror-comedy,2011, 89 min, Dir.: Eli Craig, Stars: Tyler Labine, Alan Tudyk
2 – 8 February 8:30 pm., Apolló Nagyterem

Les petits mouchoirs
French comedy, 2010, 54 min, Dir.: Guillaume Canet, Stars: Marion Cotillard, François Cluzet
2 – 8 February 5.00 pm., 7.30 pm., Apolló Art terem

The Iron Lady
English biographical movie, 2012, 145 min, Dir.: Phyllida Lloyd, Star: Meryl Streep
Today at 1.45 pm., 3:45 pm., 6:00 pm., 8:00 pm., Cinema City

Men on a Ledge
American action movie, 2012, 110 min, Dir.: Asger Leth, Stars: Sam Worthington, Ed Harris, Elizabeth Banks
Today at 2.30 pm., 4:30 pm., 6:30 pm., 8:30 pm., Cinema City

The Ides of March
American drama, 2012, 101 min, Dir.: George Clooney, Stars: George Clooney, Ryan Gosling
Today at 5:45 pm., 7:45 pm., Cinema City

Today and tomorrow in Kölcsey Center:
Dream Couple 13th Wedding Exhibition and Fair

1 thought on “If you’re not afraid of snow…

  1. The Help is an Oscar nominated film with Oscar nominated actresses about the racial injustices from the viewpoint of the housemaids in Jackson, Mississippi in the 1950’s. It is based on a southern young woman who has grown up during that period and after she finishes the university becomes a journalist who wants to write a book based from the viewpoint of the maids (servants) because she sees the wrongs and wants to exposed the racist women who exploit the maids.

    It is funny, entertaining and heartbreaking at the same time. This film is a TRUE look at racism, stereotyping of the American 1950’s at the treatment of the Afro-American culture as well as the women who fought to change it. Brilliant book and the screen play written is pure genius!

    Emma Stone would represent me as a young white woman fighting for justice in those times and the 1960’s in Jackson, Mississippi even though I was only a young girl and witnessed all of it.
    I should know…I lived through that era because I was born and raised in Mississippi. This is a movie that no one should miss seeing. Enjoy it and learn the TRUTH.

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