Institute of Contemporary Arts

Cléo from 5 to 7, Dir. Agnès Varda, France / Italy, 1962, 86 mins, French with English subtitles
Varda’s breakthrough film, Cléo from 5 to 7 is the story of a pampered chanteuse whose life is in turmoil. Set in 1960s Paris, Varda presents the story in real time, as Cléo waits 90 minutes for the potentially life changing results of a biopsy. The film boasts a brilliant central performance from Corinne Marchand as Cléo, who subtly matures from frothy, superstitious starlet as she faces her own mortality.
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£12 full, £11 concs. Tuesdays + weekday matinees: £7 full, £5 concs.

All films are ad-free and 18+ unless otherwise stated.

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This screening will be introduced by Aga Baranowska, Film Programme Coordinator.