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Action packed nights at the Cinémathèque
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Action packed nights at the Cinémathèque

17.09.2013 From our online archive
If dangerous cat-and-mouse games, CIA operatives and FBI agents are your cup of tea, at least when watching films, then get prepared for five good thrills when the Cinémathèque screens a series of American action packed films next week.

If dangerous cat-and-mouse games, CIA operatives and FBI agents are your cup of tea, at least when watching films, then get prepared for five good thrills when the Cinématheque screens a series of American action packed films next week.

September 23: First on is Enemy of the State, where the murder of a US congressman is caught on video by a young ornithologist. The disc is randomly slipped to lawyer Robert (Will Smith), and so the NSA's mission to destroy the evidence begins...

September 24: In The End of Violence, Ray Bering (Gabriel Byrne) is watching human activity on TV screens as a part of an FBI experiment where the entire city is under video surveillance. In the meanwhile film producer Mike Max (Bill Pullman) receives a suspicious letter from NASA, but gets kidnapped before opening it...

September 25: In this second film of the popular Bourne-trilogy, triple Oscar winning The Bourne Ultimatum takes you on a mission with Jason Bourne (Matt Damon), who's searching for the truth about his origins as a trained killer.

September 26: THX 1138 was directed in 1971, but the plot is set in the 25th century, where mind altering drugs are mandatory and sexual intercourse is prohibited. But things take a turn when tho people rebel against the hard-lined society...

September 27: Steven Spielberg's sci-fi film Minority Report is set in 2054, where a special police unit is able to arrest murderers before they commit their crime. Suddenly police officer John Anderton (Tom Cruise) from the department is arrested and accused of a future murder himself, but claims he's been set up...

Normal tickets cost 3.70 euros and reduced tickets 2.40 euros. The films start at 8.30pm on all days.

To see the full program, click here.