Where’d You Go Bernadette

(Title in Italian: Che fine ha fatto Bernadette?)

Show times:
– On Jan. 16th: 19:15
– On Jan. 18th: 22:00
– On Jan. 19th: 22:00

Original Language: Only on Jan. 16th, 18th and 19th

MPAA Rating: PG-13

Synopsis: Former architect Bernadette Fox seems to have it all — a beautiful home in Seattle, a successful and loving husband, and a brilliant teenage daughter who’s about to attend boarding school. When Bernadette suddenly disappears without a trace, her concerned family sets off on an exciting adventure to solve the mystery of where she might have gone.

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Gospod postoi, imeto i’ e Petrunija

(Title in Italian: Dio è donna e si chiama Petrunya)

Show times:
– On Jan. 16th: no show
– On Jan. 17th: 20:30
– On Jan. 18th: 20:10
– On Jan. 19th: 20:10
– On Jan. 20th: 19:15
– On Jan. 21st: 19:15
– On Jan. 22nd: 19:15

Original Language: Every day except on Jan. 16th

MPAA Rating: NR

Please note that this is a film in Macedonian with subtitles in Italian

Synopsis: Every January in a small town in North Macedonia, the high priest throws a cross into the local waters, while dozens of men charge for it. The one who finds the cross is believed to gain overall good fortune and prosperity. An unemployed single young woman Petrunija jumps into the water and catches the cross. In this conservative setting, her competitors feel they have every right to be furious: a woman dared to compete and achieve what they failed to succeed in. Petrunija insists that she is the winner and refuses to return the cross.

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(Title in Italian: Botero – Una ricerca senza fine)

Show times: 21:00

Original Language: Starting on Jan. 20th

MPAA Rating: NR

Please note that this is a film in English and Spanish with subtitles in Italian

Synopsis: Botero is a poetic behind-the-scenes chronicle of the life and art of Fernando Botero, an intensely private painter and sculptor. Viewers will be inspired to see Botero’s commitment to a unique artistic vision power his rise from provincial Colombia to become the Maestro, still active in his studio at 86 years old.

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Ticket Prices

Saturday, Sunday and Holidays:
€6.50 afternoon and evening.

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday:
€5.00 afternoon and evening

€4.00 afternoon and evening (except on holidays)

Where is the Cinema dei Piccoli?

Viale della Pineta 15 – Ph. +39 06855 3485

Rome Review Tip: The movie theater Cinema dei Piccoli is located in the park Villa Borghese. Entrance from Porta Pinciana on top of Via Veneto.

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