Closing the 2016 Cinema Mondays series, the University of Concepción Cultural Corporation pays tribute to USA actor Kirk Douglas—who is turning 100 this month—with the screening of one of his most emblematic films: “Paths of Glory”, directed by Stanley Kubrick and premiered in 1957.
Screenings will be on Monday, November 28, at 15:00, 19:00 and 21:30 in the UdeC Theater. Entrance fee: $1,200 (general audience), $600 (students).
In 1916, during World War I, General Boulard orders to conquer an unassailable German stronghold, leaving the ambitious General Mireau in charge of this mission, with Colonel Dax leading the attack. Conquering the hill becomes a hell, and the regiment begins the retreat to the trenches. The military high command, angered by the mission’s failure, imposes a terrible and exemplary punishment to the regiment. For this purpose, they resort to false accusations. With Kirk Douglas, George MacReady and Adolphe Menjou, among others.
Director: Stanley Kubrick / Country: United States / Duration: 97 minutes / For audiences over 14 years old.
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