Rome, Open City (12A)

Popcorn and clapper board on a red background, film
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Event Description

Approaching its 80th anniversary, Roberto Rossellini’s portrait of life under Nazi occupation remains remarkable for its immediacy, tension and power.  Shot on the ravaged streets and in the studio immediately after the liberation of Rome, the film follows Manfredi, a partisan leader, as he tries to evade the Gestapo by enlisting the help of Pina and Don Pietro, the priest due to oversee Pina’s marriage.

Cert:  12A

Language:  Italian with English Subtitles

Evenings:  £9/£10 (Premium seats)
Mornings and matinees:  £8/£9 (Premium seats)
Concessions and members discounts apply

Show Times:
Tuesday 25 June at 11am
Thursday 27 June at 5pm

Tuesday 25 June 2024


Malvern Theatres


Malvern Theatres

WR14 3HB

01684 892277

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