The 2016 Cinema Mondays series, produced by the University of Concepción Cultural Corporation, presents the Canadian film “Race”. Screenings will be on Monday, June 20, at 15:00, 19:00 and 21:30 in the UdeC Theater. Entrance fee: $1,200 (general audience), $600 (students).
“Race” narrates the story of athlete Jesse Owens, who leapt to fame in the Berlin Olympic Games in 1936, when he thrilled the world with his spectacular records, which demolished Adolf Hitler’s theory about the supremacy of the Aryan race.
Director: Stephen Hopkins / Country: Canada / Duration: 134 minutes / For audiences over 14 years old
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