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Ciné au château de Grimaud

Cinema at the castle

Entertainment/recreation, Movie screening in Grimaud

  • New in 2021: open-air cinema at the Château de Grimaud.

  • Open-air cinema, in an enchanting setting, the “Ciné au château” will allow you to discover “the greatest classics of French cinema” on a giant 5m screen.

    The films are shown in French.

    - July 22: GOD CREATED THE WOMAN: Brigitte Bardot will be in the spotlight for the launch of these evenings in the heart of the Gulf of Saint-Tropez. "Juliette, a young woman of provocative and formidable beauty, arouses the desire of men, in particular that of Eric, a nightclub owner. But Juliette...
    Open-air cinema, in an enchanting setting, the “Ciné au château” will allow you to discover “the greatest classics of French cinema” on a giant 5m screen.

    The films are shown in French.

    - July 22: GOD CREATED THE WOMAN: Brigitte Bardot will be in the spotlight for the launch of these evenings in the heart of the Gulf of Saint-Tropez. "Juliette, a young woman of provocative and formidable beauty, arouses the desire of men, in particular that of Eric, a nightclub owner. But Juliette falls in love with Antoine and yet she marries her brother Michel out of spite. C 'is the story of a love triangle where three men fight over her undecided heart. "

    - July 29: THE SWIMMING POOL: Alain Delon, a great emblematic figure of French cinema, gave a response to the most beautiful women in the world. He also shares the poster for the film "The Pool" with Romy Schneider, a film to watch or re-watch on our giant outdoor screen. "Discover Jean-Paul and Marianne, an ideal couple who live happily in their villa in Saint-Tropez, until the day their happiness is disturbed by the arrival of Harry, Marianne's former lover, accompanied by his daughter Pénélope. The latter will take great pleasure in stirring up the past, which creates tensions in the villa. "

    - August 5: JULES ET JIM: An eclectic actress, Jeanne Moreau will headline the itinerant outdoor cinema in Grimaud. She is particularly noted in the film "Queen Margot" for her role as a free woman. She was revealed to the general public in Louis Malle's "Elevator for the Scaffold" in 1957. They then played roles, notably for "Jules et Jim" directed by François Truffaut. Jules, a German student, and Jim, a French student, form a deep friendship. They have the same tastes and love the same woman, Catherine. Yet it is Jules that she marries, but the war separates them and they find themselves after the armistice in a love triangle.

    - August 12: PIERROT LE FOU: Paul Belmondo is one of these “national monuments” of French cinema. He will be in the spotlight at this open-air cinema on a giant 5m screen. In the 1960s, he rose to star status and shot 34 films. Having a taste for risk, he sometimes performs his stunts himself, as in "Flic ou voyou". In Pierrot le Fou, Ferdinand is bored in the mundane environment to which his wife trains him. That's when he meets Marianne, a student he already knew, and decides to leave his wife behind and follow her. Embroiled in shady affairs, Marianne drags her into hiding.

    - August 19: LES DEMOISELLES DE ROCHEFORT: For this ultimate evening of open-air cinema at the Château, Catherine Deneuve, considered one of the greatest French actresses of her generation, will be in the spotlight. Winner of several awards, she has toured with the greatest actors and directors in the world. In "Les Demoiselles de Rochefort" Catherine Deneuve gives the answer to her older sister, Françoise Dorléac. Delphine and Solange are 25-year-old twins, each equally lovely. Delphine is a dance teacher and Solange gives music theory lessons. They live in music and both wait for great love.

    Organized by the Tourist Office of Grimaud.
  • Spoken languages

Schedules
  • From July 22, 2021
    until August 19, 2021
  • Thursday
    at 10:00 PM
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