The Film shows it begins on Monday at the MISSION



You will be praised on all three films by critics, who say that the story of the women who fought for their rights

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In honor of International women’s day, the Museum of image and sound, the unity of the Foundation of the culture of the MOH, in collaboration with Cine-Cafe, with in the this Monday (09.03) on the fourth (11.03), the first time movie women. You will also be featured in the movie “Frida”, “tomatoes, Green, Fried”, and “The clock”. The film screenings-free to 19 PM, and admission.

9. March, Monday:

The (2003) – Director: Julie Taymor duration: 2 hours – classification: 12 years old

Frida Kahlo’s (Salma Hayek) was a leading figure in the artistic history of Mexico. The renowned and highly praised ” as an artist, he had a rough marriage, opens with Diego Rivera (Alfred Molina), his partner is also in the art, and it is still a controversial matter with the politician, Leon Trostky (Geoffrey Rush), along with some other women.

10. March, Tuesday:

Tomatoes, Green, Fried (1992) – Director: Jon Avnet duration: 2h10 – classification: 12 years old

Evelyn Couch (Kathy Bates) is a housewife, the pent-up emotionally, you are drowning in the rule in their own grief by eating some candy. Ed (Gailard Sartain), a man of your, you do not notice the almost, the existence of the Unknown. In the course of the week, you have a relative going to visit in the hospital, but a parent will never allow you to enter the room. For a week while she waits for Ed prior to your visit, she meets a simpleton Threadgoode (Jessica Tandy), a poor, but friendly lady, the 83-year-old who loves to tell stories. Over the weeks, it is reported that you can concentrate on a relative, Idgie (Mary Stuart Masterson), who as a child in the 1920s, it has always been a close friend of her brother, Buddy (Chris O’donnell). When he died, therefore, of a train running over (the foot remained stuck in the railings), Idgie could not talk to anyone except for the girl Buddy, Ruth Jamison (Mary-Louise Parker). In spite of that Idgie was very sweet, although I never take shit to the house. No matter, it makes its own way to manage a café in Whistle Stop, Alabama. They had a friendship of the good, solid, but Ruth is going to marry the biggest shit of his life, Frank Bennett (Nick Searcy), a stupid man who beats Ruth, in addition to is secretly a member of the Ku Klux Klan. Initially, Ruth tried to deal with the situation, but when it was no longer possible, Idgie went to pick them up, accompanied by two of his employees. Idgie just give Ruth a job in her café. Because of the way you Frank, and serving food to stand alone, to face, to black people at the bottom of the diner, Idgie, on him the wrath of the citizens, the less tolerant of the “Whistle Stop”. When Frank mysteriously disappeared, many locals suspected that Idgie and Ruth, and their friends, the managers would.

11. March, Wednesday:

The hours (2003) – Director: Stephen Daldry duration: 1h54min Rating: 16 years old

In three different time periods living on two women in the book “Mrs. Dalloway linked”. In 1923, lives of Virginia Woolf (Nicole Kidman), who is the author of the book, and you can experience a bout of depression and thoughts of suicide In 1949, the life of Laura Brown (Julianne Moore), a housewife, a pregnant, who has lived in the Los Angeles area, plan a birthday party for her husband, and she just can’t stop reading the book. In our present lives, and Clarissa Vaughn (Meryl Streep), a book publisher, lives in New York and throws a party for Richard (Ed Harris), a writer, had his mistress in the past, and today it is Aids and death.


The project CineCafé always offers you a Cup of coffee, tea, chocolate and milk, and cookies for all the movie buffs who visit the museum. For the taste of these delicious treats, you just need to your canequinha. The MISSION is located in the memory of the culture and of the citizenship, on avenida Fernando Correa da Costa, 559 Center is located on the third floor. Phone: (67) 3316-9178. (With The Help).