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Olympia Theater

174 E. Flagler Street

Miami FL 33131

305-374-2444

 

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Mon-Fri 10 AM – 6 PM

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Double Feature: The Realm - EL Reino | Petra








DOUBLE FEATURE STARTS AT 7:30PM

US Premiere!

EL REINO-THE REALM

EL REINO (The Kingdom) directed by Rodrigo Sorogoyen is a political thriller depicting the reality of our current world and portraying a segment of society, the political elite, as it had never been seen before, through the eyes of a corrupt politician trapped in a struggle for survival after having let his party’s and his own interests take him too far.

Manuel (Antonio de la Torre), an influential regional vice-secretary who had everything in his favor to take the leap into national politics, becomes trapped in a struggle for survival after a leak involves him in a corruption scandal. How far is a person willing to go in order to hold on to power? From the producers of The Secret In Their Eyes and Marshland.

Q&A after the movie with actress Ana Wagener.

Spanish with English subtitles.

DIR.:
Rodrigo Sorogoyen
CAST:
Antonio de la Torre, Ana Wagener, Barbara Lennie
2018:
131 MIN.
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PETRA - PETRA

Following her mother’s death, Petra embarks on a quest which leads to Jaume, a celebrated artist and powerful, ruthless man. As she attempts to uncover the truth, Petra meets Marisa, Jaume’s wife, and their son Lucas. Gradually, these characters are driven to the edge as their stories intertwine in a spiral of malice, family secrets and violence. Fate’s cruel logic, however, is derailed by a twist that opens a pathway to hope and redemption.

 Spanish with English subtitles.

DIR.:
Jaime Rosales
CAST:
Bárbara Lennie, Álex Brendemühl, Marisa Paredes, Joan Botey
2018:
107min