The Indianapolis Museum of Art continues its Screen Zenith Film Series on Thursday, January 14, 2010 with the Brazilian film Linha de Passe. This Indianapolis art event is being held in the Tobias Theatre of the IMA, a favorite Indianapolis museum. The film begins at 7:00 pm. Tickets are $9.00 for Indianapolis people, $5.00 for IMA museum members and $7.00 for Indianapolis kids with a valid student ID.
Linha de Passe is a Brazilian film from directors Walter Sells and Daniela Thomas. Sells is best known for his film The Motorcycle Diaries, which achieved international success and critical acclaim. Linha de Passe, his latest project, released in 2008, mirrored the success of his past career winning awards about both the Cannes and Havana Film Festival.
The film follows the story of a pregnant single mother and her four sons, each by a different father. Cleuza, pregnant with her fifth child, cleans house for a middle class family. Each of her sons must struggle to survive the urban life of Sao Paulo where they live. Each fights to follow a dream as they encounter new obstacles every day. Dario dreams of achieving a better life with his talents as a soccer player. Denis works as a motorcycle courier. Dinho helps at a local church, surviving on his job at a gas station. And Refinaldo, though a gifted soccer player, dreams of driving a bus. The film questions the cycle of lower class families in the rough and underdeveloped country.
|Video: Linha de Passe at the IMA, Indianapolis, Indiana
The film, which runs 113 minutes, was nominated for the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival, the highest prize awarded at the festival. Sandra Corveloni, who made her feature film debut in the movie, won the Best Actress Award at Cannes. Shown on DVD on the big screen of the Tobias Theatre at the IMA, Linha de Passe is a cultural experience not to be missed. In Portuguese with English subtitles, this film is recommended for audiences ages sixteen and up. For more information about Linha de Passe and other upcoming Indianapolis events at the IMA, visit their official website.
Make your evening complete with a trip to the nearby Indianapolis cultural district, Broad Ripple Village, before the show. Grab some grub at any of the great Indianapolis restaurants located just minutes away from the IMA. Or head to Indianapolis downtown after the flick to discuss Brazilian cinema over drinks at any of these great Indianapolis bars. Stay tuned to Fun City Finder.com for all the latest on fun things to do in Indianapolis. We cover everything from Indianapolis attractions to Indianapolis culture to Indianapolis sports and more. Find some fun in Indy this week!
Linha de Passe
Thursday, January 14, 2010 at 7:00 pm
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