You two. Finally, we were able to escape from the depths of winter days and spend the evening in warm company. It seems it's time to let spring into the body and mind.
Let's start with the movie. No, not from the movie that we used to see on huge screens with neon inserts. The other - dumb and black and white, able to convey the mood of an entire era.
This evening you are in the House of Cinema. The light goes out and the first scene appears on the screen. The pianist with his thin fingers touches the keys on the piano. The hall enthusiastically, but quietly and attentively peers at what is happening on the projector, as if it still hopes to hear the voice of the actors. You feel that goose bumps have appeared on your wrist, out of nowhere.
Fasten your seat belts and say hello to 1927.
Marco Concert will never cease to surprise you with cozy evenings. But this one will be special. Do not forget to cancel your meetings in advance, purchase your ticket in the 20th century and find a good company. And while we tell you what to expect.
On March 7th we will show you the cult silent film “Sunrise” directed by Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau. And we will show it, of course, like in the old days - with jazz accompaniment. You know that music can convey emotions no worse than words? Moreover, when Pavel Ignatiev himself is at the helm of a time machine!
Pavel is a famous Ukrainian pianist and jazz composer who managed to create nine exquisite albums. Critics have repeatedly given the highest marks to his work.
As for the masterpiece itself: “Sunrise” received three Oscars at once - for the best female role, for the best cinematography and for the best unique and artistic quality of performance. The plot we will not tell to keep the intrigue. We can only guarantee that the heart will go to the heels with such sharp turns!
An exciting story that affects a dozen of problems that are still relevant today - unrequited love, a love triangle, the results of jealousy and actions that can put a stigma on life. All in the best traditions of the genre.
And think only about the vintage outfits and the grace of the movements of the heroes! Sure, even your grandmothers and grandfathers in their youth enthusiastically looked at this beauty. And now you will. See you on March 7 at the House of Cinema, exactly at 20:00.