Nine feature films make up a "Film Summer", which, as usual, will be screened every Tuesday at 10 pm at the Plaza Calderón de la Barca, totally free of charge.
The Councilor for Culture, María Ángeles Mazuecos has reported that "today begins, once again, summer film programming, outdoor film programming, with the aim of expanding the leisure and cultural offer for all those citizens who during these months remain in the city. "
Mazuecos Moreno explained that today's screening is Mamma mía!
Again and again, the second installment of the successful musical film conceived based on the songs of the legendary Swedish pop group, ABBA.
Keeping practically the same distribution as in the first part and adding some new songs from among the huge repertoire of the group, the producers repeated the commercial success knowing to maintain the connection with the viewer through an argument perfectly interlaced with the lyrics of the songs and raising the level of finishing and production.
The mayor of Culture recalled that "as usual, the cultural program 'Film Summer' will be held at the Plaza Calderón de la Barca every Tuesday in July and August, from 10 pm, with free and free access "
María Ángeles Mazuecos has detailed that it is "a program of films selected to interest and entertain all audiences regardless of what their tastes and level of demand when watching a movie."
Next week, it will be the turn of another title as suggestive as Mission: Impossible.
Fallout, a monument to the cinema of adventure and action and the best, to date, adaptation to the cinema of the hit television series, with a Tom Cruise in top form under the direction of a director who has managed to interpret perfectly the keys of the success of the MI franchise.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Lorca