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MR. RUDOLPHO'S JUBILEE (2017) - Presented by Bright Blue Gorilla + Q&A

  • year. 2017
  • country. USA
  • run-time. 1h 50min
  • rating. U

£5.00 (£3.50 conc.)

Doors 18:00 - Programme 18:30

Bright Blue Gorilla in collaboration with Deptford Cinema are proud to present: Mr. Rudolpho's Jubilee.

An evening of concert with Bright Blue Gorilla, the screening of Mr. Rudolpho's Jubilee followed by a Q&A session with the actors Tony Moore and Howard Corlett.

Mr. Rudolpho's Jubilee is the story of a famous Italian fashion designer who becomes disillusioned with his shallow life and decides to commit suicide during Berlin Fashion Week. His plan goes wrong and he's taken in by a group of off-the-grid Bohemian artists, who have no idea who he is. Meanwhile, the world outside searches for Rudolpho, and, this being a Bright Blue Gorilla film, the plot thickens, spins and churns with love, music, and comic mayhem!

Mr. Rudolpho's Jubilee humorously presents universal modern themes: The isolating effect of technology, the consequences of gentrification, and the importance of keeping life simple.

The ensemble cast is led by Germany's Christiane Paul as Anja, and Italy's Francesco Mazzini as Rudolpho. It’s a romantic comedy/drama in English, German, and Italian. Bright Blue Gorilla (Director/Writer Michael Glover & Producer Robyn Rosenkrantz) are the musical narrators in the film, popping up as a “Greek Chorus” throughout.

About Bright Blue Gorilla

Producer Robyn Rosenkrantz and Director Michael Glover are Bright Blue Gorilla: Musicians & Filmmakers from Los Angeles. After 6 feature films, a dozen CDs, and 27 years on the road, they have plenty of entertaining stories to share. Bright Blue Gorilla has been charming audiences around the world since 1990 when they quit their L.A. jobs, sold everything they had (except their guitars) and bought one-way tickets to Europe. They’ve been traveling ever since!

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