Semana de cine




  1º – 2º ESO
              Original title:    Maleficent

                         Year:     2014

          Running Time:     97 min.

                    Country:     United States 

                    Director:     Robert Stromberg

 Cast:  Angelina Jolie, Elle Fanning, Juno Temple, Sharlto Copley, Kenneth Cranham,Lesley Manville, Imelda Staunton, Sam Riley, Ella Purnell, Brenton Thwaites,Christian Wolf-La’Moy

Production Co.: Walt Disney Pictures / Moving Picture Company (MPC) / Roth

FilmsGenre: Fantasy. Adventure | Fairy Tales / Fables. 3-D

Synopsis / Plot: The “Sleeping Beauty” tale is told from the perspective of the villainous Maleficent and looks at the events that hardened her heart and drove her to curse young Princess Aurora.

 3º – 4º ESO

        Original title:    Gran Torino               

                   Year:    2008 

    Running Time:    119 min.         

              Country:    United States           

              Director:    Clint Eastwood

 Cast: Clint Eastwood, Christopher Carley, Bee Vang, Ahney Her, John Carroll Lynch,Cory Hardrict, Brian Haley, Geraldine Hughes, Dreama Walker, Brian Howe, Doua Moua, Sarah Neubauer, Chee Thao, Scott Eastwood

Production Co.: Warner Bros. Pictures / Village Roadshow Pictures / Malpaso Productions / Double Nickel Entertainment

Genre: Drama | Old Age. Immigration. Racism. Friendship

Synopsis / Plot: Recently widowed, retired auto worker Walt Kowalski fills his days with home repair, beer and monthly trips to the barber. The people he once called his neighbours have all moved or passed away, replaced by Hmong immigrants, from Southeast Asia, he despises. Resentful of virtually everything he sees–Walt is just waiting out the rest of his life. Until the night someone tries to steal his `72 Gran Torino. The Gran Torino brings his shy teenaged neighbour Thao into his life when Hmong gangbangers pressure the boy into trying to steal it. But Walt stands in the way of both the heist and the gang, making him the reluctant hero of the neighborhood–especially to Thao’s mother and older sister, Sue, who insist that Thao work for Walt as a way to make amends. Though he initially wants nothing to do with these people, Walt eventually gives in and puts the boy to work fixing up the neighborhood, setting into motion an unlikely friendship that will change both their lives.