Cinema in the vineyard 2022
We are pleased to announce the eleventh edition of Cinema in the Vineyards.
Friday, July 8 - Tomorrow Everything Begins by Hugo Gélin
Samuel lives his life with no ties or responsibilities, by the sea under the sun of the South of France, close to the people he loves and with whom he works without getting too tired. Until one of his former conquests leaves him with a few months old baby, Gloria: his daughter! Unable to take care of a baby and determined to give the child back to her mother, Samuel rushes to London to try to find her, without success. Eight years later, when Samuel and Gloria have made their life in London and have become inseparable, Gloria's mother comes back into their lives to get her daughter back...
Friday, July 15 - The Quiet Man by John Ford - vostfr
Sean Thornton, a former American boxer, returns to Inisfree, his native village in Ireland, with the goal of buying back his family's old cottage and settling there permanently. He meets Mary Kate Danaher, the sister of the angry Red Will Danaher who coveted the Thornton house before Sean bought it. The "yankee" nevertheless undertakes to marry Mary Kate according to the rules of Irish tradition.
Friday, July 29 - Edmond by Alexis Michalik
December 1897, Paris. Edmond Rostand is not yet thirty but already has two children and a lot of anxiety. He has not written anything for two years. In desperation, he proposes to the great Constant Coquelin a new play, a heroic comedy, in verse, for the holidays.
Friday, August 5 - Mary Poppins by Robert Stevenson
Nothing is going on in the Banks family. The nanny has just given her eight days. And neither Mr. Banks, an investment banker, nor his wife, an active suffragette, can take care of the children Jane and Michael. So they put out a whimsical ad to find a new nanny.
Friday, August 12 - Les Choristes by Christophe Barratier
In 1948, Mr. Mathieu, a music teacher, becomes a supervisor in a re-education boarding school for minors and transforms the daily life of the boarders by introducing them to the magic of singing.
Friday, August 19 - The Crime of the Orient Express by Kenneth Branagh - vostfr
The luxury and calm of a trip on the Orient Express is suddenly disrupted by a murder. All 13 passengers are suspects and the famous detective Hercule Poirot is in a race against time to identify the murderer, before he strikes again. Based on the famous novel by Agatha Christie.