Søndag d. 11.03.2018

OperaBio - Elskovsdrikken (2017/2018)

Plakat for filmen OperaBio - Elskovsdrikken (2017/2018)
  • 15:00- Sal 1

    Opera The Met

    Hvorfor klapper vi ikke? Gang på gang oplever vi fantastiske præstationer fra The Met, hvor vi sidder tilbage med en indestængt begejstring. På opfordring kan man fremover gøre som publikum i The Met: Klappe og lade begejstringen få frit løb. For mange vil det give en bedre oplevelse.

1. Akt
Nemorino, a poor peasant, is in love with Adina, a beautiful landowner, who torments him with her indifference. When Nemorino hears Adina reading to her workers the story of Tristan and Isolde, he is convinced that a magic potion will help him to gain Adina's love. The self-important Sergeant Belcore appears with his regiment and immediately sets about courting Adina in front of everyone. Nemorino becomes anxious (although, Adina meanwhile secretly derides Belcore's complacency) and, alone with Adina, reveals his love for her. Yet Adina rebuffs him, saying she wants a different lover every day and following her example would do Nemorino better. Nemorino declares that his feelings will never change. The travelling quack doctor, Dulcamara (the self-proclaimed Dr. Encyclopedia), arrives, selling his bottled cure-all to the townspeople. Nemorino innocently asks Dulcamara if he has any of Isolde's love potion. Despite failing to recognise the name 'Isolde', Dulcamara's commercial talents nevertheless enable him to sell a bottle of the cure-all - in reality only cheap wine - to Nemorino, withdrawing all his savings.
To make a safe escape, Dulcamara tells Nemorino the potion needs 24 hours to take effect — by which time, the doctor will be long gone. Nemorino drinks the potion in a haste in order to watch the effect tomorrow. Emboldened by the "elixir" (in fact, drunk), Nemorino feigns indifference when he encounters Adina, as he expects that the elixir will facilitate his conquest of Adina the following day. She becomes increasingly annoyed; perhaps she has feelings for Nemorino after all? Belcore returns and proposes marriage to Adina. Still riled by Nemorino and wishing to give him a lesson, Adina falsely promises to marry Belcore in six days' time. Yet Nemorino only laughs in response: such confidence is sustained in the belief in the magic potion. However, when Belcore learns that his regiment must leave the next morning, Adina promises to marry him before his departure. This of course panics Nemorino, who cries out for Dr. Dulcamara to come to his aid. Adina, meanwhile, invites everyone to the wedding.

2. Akt
Adina and Belcore's wedding party is in full swing. Dr. Dulcamara encourages Adina to sing a duet with him to entertain the guests. The notary arrives to make the marriage official. Adina is annoyed to see that Nemorino has not appeared, for the whole deal has been intended only to punish him. While everyone goes to witness the signing of the wedding contract, Dulcamara stays behind, helping himself to food and drink. Having seen the notary, Nemorino appears, depressed, as he believes that he has lost Adina. He sees Dulcamara and frantically begs him for a more powerful, faster-acting elixir. Although Dulcamara is proud to boast of his philanthropy, upon discovering that Nemorino now has no money he changes his tune and marches off, refusing to supply him anything. Belcore emerges, musing about why Adina has suddenly put off the wedding and signing of the contract. He spots Nemorino and asks his rival why he is depressed. When Nemorino says he needs cash, Belcore suggests joining the army, as he'll receive funds on the spot. Belcore tries to excite Nemorino with tales of military life, while Nemorino only thinks of getting the potion and thus winning Adina, if only for a day before departure. Belcore produces a contract, which Nemorino signs in return for the money. Nemorino privately vows to rush and buy more potion, while Belcore muses about how sending Nemorino off to war has so easily dispatched his rival.

After the two men have left, Giannetta gossips with the women of the village. Swearing them all to secrecy, she reveals that Nemorino's uncle has just died and left his nephew a large fortune. However, neither Nemorino nor Adina is yet aware of this. Nemorino enters, having spent his military signing bonus on - and consumed - a large amount of the fake elixir from Dr. Dulcamara. Hoping to share his fo


Så længe jeg lever

Plakat for filmen Så længe jeg lever
  • 19:30- Sal 1

    Biografklub Danmark

    Filmen 'Så længe jeg lever' er en biografi om den folkekære danske sanger og sangskriver, John Mogensen. Historien fokuserer på sangeren som 29-årig, da han bliver idol som en del af sangkvartetten Four Jacks, der også talte navne som Poul Rudi, Otto Brandenburg og Bent Werther. Titlen 'Så længe jeg lever' er også navnet på en af John Mogensens største hits, der også tæller sange som 'To mennesker på en strand' og 'Der er noget galt i Danmark'. Ole Bornedal instruerer, og han står tidligere bag tv-serien '1864' og komedien Dræberne fra Nibe. Mere omtale af filmen følger...

SÅ LÆNGE JEG LEVER er en dramatisk, humoristisk og poetisk rejse gennem musikeren John Mogensens liv. Manden der lagde Danmark for sine fødder med store folkelige klassikere som “To mennesker på En Strand”, “Så længe Jeg Lever” og “Fut i Fejemøget”. Vi følger ham fra barndommen til hans første gennembrud med Four Jacks for så at gå i glemmebogen - og i hundene - indtil han pludselig brager igennem med sit enorme gennembrud i 1971 med "Der er Noget galt i Danmark!".
Kilde: Nordisk Film

Længde: 1:45
Instruktør: Ole Bornedal
Skuespillere: Caspar Phillipson, Rikke Louise Andersson, Lars Ranthe
Censur: Tilladt over 11 år