"Great Expectations" (1946), a movie by David Lean, to be shown on 7 February at 2.30pm
On 7th February 2012, the day
of the anniversary of Charles Dickens's birth, the classic film Great Expectations
(1946), directed by David Lean, will be shown at the Keats-Shelley House at 2.30pm (118 mins, English version with English subtitles).
The film is part of the worldwide Dickens bicentenary celebrations and is sponsored by the British Council in Italy.
The number of spaces available is limited, therefore advance bookings are strongly recommended. (firstname.lastname@example.org / 06 678 42 35)
The film itself is free, but people who visit the Museum on the same day will be charged the usual admission fee.
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