|Director: Billy Wilder||Country: US|
|Cast: Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis, Jack Lemmon||Production Year: 1959|
|Black & White||Duration: 121mins|
Billy Wilder’s classic screwball comedy starring the unforgettable trio of Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon is back on the big screen in all its digital glory.
Curtis and Lemmon play a pair of musicians who accidentally witnesses the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre and disguise themselves as women to avoid the gangsters on their tail. Joining an all-girl band on their way to Florida, the duo (now called Josephine and Daphne) are mesmerised by the band’s singer, Sugar Kane (Monroe). As Josephine tries to win over the money-obsessed Sugar, Daphne is attracting the attentions of millionaire Osgood, and the gangsters are getting ever closer.
“One of the enduring treasures of the movies, a film of inspiration and meticulous craft.” Roger Ebert
“A joyful classic which delivers on comedic value no matter how many times you’ve seen it.” ★★★★★ Empire
“A perfect American comedy.” The Guardian
|Sat 9 Aug||6:00pm|
|Sun 10 Aug||4:00pm|