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More films under the stars

The Constantia Open-Air Cinema in Nicosia isn’t ready to say goodbye to us for the summer just yet. It still has an array of films up its sleeve and these are just the ones we can catch tonight and over the weekend.

Tonight, the film to be presented under the stars will be L’Odyssee (The Odyssey). The 2016 French film starring Lambert Wilson and Pierre Niney, concentrates on Jacques-Yves Cousteau, a highly influential and a fearlessly ambitious pioneer, innovator, filmmaker, researcher and conservationist and his aquatic adventures.

On Saturday the 2016 French and Arabic social drama, I Still Hide to Smoke will be shown. The film directed by Rayhana Obermeyer follows nine women of different ages and various backgrounds, that gather in an Algerian hammam to talk about their lives.

And for your Sunday entertainment, the scene is set for a screening of Indivisibili (Indivisible). This 2016 Italian biographical adventure revolves around Daisy and Viola, conjoined-twin sisters on the verge of turning 18 and living in the suburbs of Naples. Their beautiful voices give them the chance to perform at weddings, communions and baptisms, and are therefore able to provide for the whole family. Kept isolated from the rest of the world by their own father, their lives turn upside-down when they discover that they can be separated.

Constantia Open-Air Cinema Screenings
Screenings of different films. August 25-27. Constantia Open-air Cinema, 15 Solonos Michaelides Street, Nicosia. 9pm. €5/free. With Greek subtitles. Tel: 22-439838

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