‘Luces de la ciudad’, a masterpiece by Chaplin, on Friday at Joan Cererols

‘City Lights’

The Cinema del Diable association, in collaboration with the BCN Film Festival and the Department of Culture, is screening this Friday, at 7 pm, in the Auditorium of the Cultural Center on film City Lights. Starring and directed by Charles Chaplin, the film was released in 1931 in the United States and is considered one of the best feature films in the history of cinema.

The action centers on the character of Charlot (played by Chaplin), who wandering the streets of the city encounters a blind flower seller who, by a misunderstanding, thinks he is a rich man. Moved by her sweetness, Charlot promises to get the money needed to pay for an operation that will return the sight to the young woman. To achieve this, he will be involved in all sorts of extravagant misadventures, according to Javier Vega, president of Cinema del Diable.

Javier Vega, president Cinema del Diable

Tickets to attend the screening of the film are already available and must be booked in advance at entrades.martorell.cat. The documentary will be screened on the last Friday of June My Mexican Bretzel of the director Núria Giménez Lorang, inside the Gaudí cycle of the Catalan Film Academy.

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