One more year, Pantalla Pavelló arrives with the summer and we invite you to a tour of the cities and their representation in the cinema with projecions directly on the travertine of the Mies van der Rohe Pavilion.
Under the title of Rome. Stupenda and Misera Città this year’s cycle focuses on this heterogeneous and multicultural city in which diversity stands out both in its buildings and in the cultures and identities that make it up.
Lo chiamavano Jeeg Robot (IT, 2016, 112’), Gabriele Mainetti, presented by Andrea Tappi, historian and professor.
Enzo is a petty thief and antisocial ex-convict addicted to the loneliness of his apartment where he consumes junk food and porn videos. The film shows the achievements of this character who acquires superpowers and a new relationship with the city. We see some of the most famous places in Rome and also Tor Bella Monaca, a borgata on the extreme periphery of the city. A superhero in an environment as realistic and recognizable as possible and yet the less known and roughest part of Rome.
“Ti ha morso un ragno? Un pipistrello?
Sei cascato da n’artro pianeta?”
“Lo zingaro”, Lo chiamavano Jeeg Robot
Fundació Mies van der Rohe
With the collaboration of:
Mies van der Rohe Pavilion
Curated by: Daniele Porretta
Architect, PhD on Theory and History of Architecture by ETSAB, professor at ELISAVA, Barcelona.
Presented by: Andrea Tappi, historian and professor.
Free entrance with previous reservation HERE.
Not recommended for under-12s
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