- Running time116 minutes
- LanguageFrench with English Subtitles
The Liverpool Architectural Society is proud to be hosting a film night series here at FACT and kicking us off is Mon Oncle, the Oscar winning 1958 French comedy set in and around Paris. This classic centres on the socially awkward but lovable character of Monsieur Hulot, his relationship with his nephew and his struggle with post-war France’s infatuation with modern architecture, gadgets and consumerism.
All featured films in the series will relate to architecture and contemporary culture and will feature an opprtunity to network before and after the film.
There will be a short talk on the film at 6.15pm from Professor Robert Kronenburg PhD RIBA, Roscoe Chair of Architecture at Liverpool University School of Architecture.
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