17TH November 2006
CINE LATINO’S DARK SIDE
The University of Lincoln’s popular series of Spanish and Latin American films will be showing ‘Profundo Carmesi’ on Monday 20th November.
‘Profundo Carmesi’ which translates as ‘Deep Crimson’ is Arturo Ripstein’s classic about the dark side of romantic love.
The film centres around two characters, a vain gigolo and his girlfriend who become serial killers so they can stay together.
Andy Daglish the university’s languages coordinator said; “’Profundo Carmesi’ is probably Cine Latino’s most disturbing movie yet”.
Films screened in the Cine Latino series are in Spanish or Portuguese with English subtitles.
The film will be shown at 7.00pm, room AR0107 in the Lincoln School of Architecture, Brayford Campus.
Admission is free and members of the public are welcome to attend. If you have any enquiries please contact Andy Daglish on 01522 886344 or email Andy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Sophie Gayler Press Office Assistant
(01522) 886042 email@example.com
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