Take Me… To 1993

It seems only yesterday we scoured the video store shelves collecting a hefty stack of tapes for the weekend. Sometimes to re-watch a film seen in the cinema, other times pleading with the clerk to rent out that 16+ title our babyfaces prohibited us from entering. When revisiting our Hollywood favourites from thirty years ago, it was interesting to see what incredible range in genre was actually being produced: over-the-top action, auteur-driven drama, romantic comedy, the artisanal blockbuster, and even the spoof movie were all alive and kicking, back then. As we are now collectively toiling against global destruction in what feels like the end times, KINO is fondly looking back at a simpler time with ten nostalgia-inducing movies from 1993 that are long overdue for a return to the big screen.

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Beau Travail (1999)
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Beau Travail (1999)

Een verbluffende film van schoonheid, mysterie, sensualiteit en kracht. Galoup blikt vanuit Marseille terug op zijn tijd bij het vreemdelingenlegioen in het Afrikaanse Djibouti.

National Theatre Live: Vanya
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National Theatre Live: Vanya

Andrew Scott stuns in this one-man retelling of Chekhov’s classic black-comedy Uncle Vanya.

KINO presents: Hero for Hire – The Best of Nicolas Cage
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KINO presents: Hero for Hire – The Best of Nicolas Cage

With eight films spanning three decades we embark on a cinematic journey traversing from Oscar winning peaks to the darker corners of b-movie greatness that makes up an unparalleled cinema career.