Welcome to the second night of our 2-part “Weird Westerns” series that gives us a chance to show two of the more unusual “Spaghetti Westerns” from our 16mm archive. Hopefully we will continue and expand this series in the fall, perhaps even screening Warhol´s “Lonesome Cowboys.” Your pop-corn awaits.
*RESERVATIONS can be made via email@example.com. Please include “SARTANA” and the number of reservations desired in the subject line of your e-mail, and you will receive a quick confirmation with further info. If you have other questions contact Jack, our house manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or via 20297013 as a second option. No SMS.
18.30 = CAFÉ & TICKET COUNTER opens / We have free (unnumbered) seating / Please remember we only accept cash and Mobile Pay / Tickets are 50 kr.
19.30 = SARTANA, 1968, directed by Gianfranco Parolini, with Klaus Kinski. A stagecoach is robbed and the stolen treasure changes hands and leads to shootouts, violence, double-crosses and bloodshed as gunslinger Sartana hunts down the bad guys. But all is not what it seems. With an atmospheric musical score by Piero Piccioni and compelling cinematography by Sandro Macori, this film makes the grade.