23 MAY — 02 JUNE 2024

23 MAY — 02 JUNE 2024

Fahrenheit 451

François Truffaut

United Kingdom
Fiction, 1966, 112'

(In partnership with Lisboa 5L Festival)

Truffaut’s first colour film combines the black humour of the French director and the morality of Ray Bradbury’s book, which has already been adapted to cinema several times, specifically because of the way in which the story’s dystopia is portrayed. It’s a world where literature is banned for being the spark that can light the flame of revolution, something that is literally extinguished by dedicated firefighters.

[Based on the romance by Ray Bradbury]
Presentation:
Osvaldo Manuel Silvestre


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INFO

ORIGINAL TITLE
Fahrenheit 451
LANGUAGE
English
SCRIPT
François Truffaut, Jean-Louis Richard
CAST
Julie Christie, Oskar Werner, Cyril Cusack, Anton Driffring, Jeremy Spencer, Bee Duffel, Alex Scott
PHOTOGRAPHY
Nicolas Roeg
SOUND
Norman Wanstall
EDITING
Thom Noble
PRODUCER
Lewis Maitland Allen

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