• 12 Years a Slave
        • 12 Years a Slave


          • Country:
          • USA, United Kingdom, 2013
          • Group:
          • Main program
          • Duration:
          • 134'
          • Director:
          • Steve McQueen
          • Screenplay:
          • John Ridley
          • Cast:
          • Chiwetel Ejiofor, Michael Fassbender, Benedict Cumberbatch, Paul Dano, Garret Dillahunt, Paul Giamatti, Scoot McNairy, Lupita Nyong'o, Adepero Oduye, Sarah Paulson, Brad Pitt, Michael Kenneth Williams, Alfre Woodard
          • Festivals:
          • Toronto (Stiv Mekvin - Nagrada publike), BAFTA (Nagrada za britanskog umetnika godine - Benedikt Kumberbač), Njujork, Čikago, BF
          • Cinematographer:
          • Sean Bobbitt
          • Muzika:
          • Hans Zimmer
          • Editing:
          • Joe Walker
          • Sound:
          • Adam Stockhausen
          • Production:
          • River Road, Plan B Entertainment, New Regency
          • Producers:
          • Brad Pitt, Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner, Bill Pohlad, Steve McQueen, Arnon Milchan, Anthony Katagas
          • Print Source:
          • Tuck Vision
          • Nagrade/Awards:
          •  Zlatni globus - Najbolja drama
        • Showing

          02. Mar | 19:00 | 350 RSD
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          03. Mar | 13:30 | 250 RSD
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        • SYNOPSIS

          First with Hunger and then with Shame, Steve McQueen established himself as a director of the highest order, and a filmmaker in keen pursuit of truth. Drawing on a shocking real-life story, 12 Years a Slave illuminates, like no other film before it, what it must have been like to live as an American slave. In Saratoga Springs, New York, 1841, Solomon Northup is a free man making his living as a musician. After accepting a job offer from two men to play for a circus, he soon finds himself kidnapped, transported to the South and sold into slavery. Forced to take a new name, he is thrown together with other enslaved African Americans, each suffering the horrors of gruelling labour, daily humiliations, and families torn apart. But for Northup, there is the added nightmare of remembering the freedom and identity he so recently enjoyed.