Keswick Film Club - Rimini

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Friday 24th February 9:00 PM


Director: Ulrich Seidl Country: Germany
Cert: 18 Year: 2022 Length: 114 mins


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Richie Bravo is a once-famous singer who returns from Italy to his Austrian home after the death of his mother. Here he has to pick up with his brother Ewald, his father who has dementia and doesn't realise that his wife is dead, and his alienated adult daughter Tessa, who demands money from him for abandoning her years before. The character of Richie was written for actor Michael Thomas following his impromptu singing of a Sinatra song on a previous shoot. Directed by Ulrich Seidl, Rimini won the Best Feature Film prize at the 2022 Diagonale.

Thanks to Sovereign Films


open_quote Wretchedness, sadness and confrontational grotesquerie once again come together in a movie by Ulrich Seidl close_quote Guardian

open_quote What gives Rimini its unifying comic vigour and pathos is the central performance by Michael Thomas... close_quote Jonathan Romney



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