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A film by Amos Gitai, Austria/Israel/GB 1986, 96’
Cast: Simone Benyamini, Mohammad Bakri, Juliano Merr, Zare Vartanian, David Cohen, Sara Cohen-Hadria, Rim Bani
Esther is the biblical heroine from the book of the same name in the Old Testament. Having become the Queen of Persia under King Xerxes, Esther thwarts a palace conspiracy plotted by the minister Aman, thus preventing the slaughter of her people. Still today the episode is remembered by the Jews in the festival of Purim. “The fact that, from among all the biblical figures, Gitai chose this ‘great little woman’ who lived during the era of the exile is symptomatic of the pluralist and pacifist orientation of the work” (Film TV).
A film club that’s also a festival with exclusive, authoritative programmes where you can meet cult directors of the big screen: CINEMA at MAXXI, the programme that has caught the attention of tens of thousands of people over the previous seasons, is this year again presenting film in all its myriad aspects, confirming that the seventh art may become a vital part of the activities of a museum devoted to contemporary creativity.
The proposals for this edition:
EXTRA major previews
TRIBUTES excellence to the fore
MASTERCLASS face to face with the protagonists
ALICE FAMILY the best of children’s film
A Fondazione Cinema per Roma and MAXXI co-production
7 Feb 2023 ore 18:30
talkPier Paolo Pasolini and Andy WarholTwo visions of contemporaneity
9 Feb 2023 ore 18:00
talkWomen artists and feminism in ItalyFor a non-hegemonic rereading of Art History
10 Feb 2023 ore 18:30
books at MAXXIRoma. Dal Rinascimento ai giorni nostriby Vittorio Sgarbi
14 Feb 2023 ore 11:00
promoValentine’s Day at MAXXITogether for a day or a year?
14 Feb 2023 ore 18:00
talkTheory and practice in engineeringNina Rappaport with William Baker