Socorro becomes again a movie beach between the next 16 and 21 August with six days of outdoor screenings. The cycle is organized one more year by the Department of Youth of the Royals, directed by José David Cabrera, who on Tuesday, August 9, presented the program together with the accidental mayor, Moisés Darío Pérez.
The Councilor for Youth stressed “the trajectory of a outdoor cinema series which has programming outside the commercial circuit, which tries to delve into cultural, social and environmental awareness teachings. In short, a 24-year initiative that affects education in values, one of the pillars of this Department that can be extended to audiences of all ages. The film series has the “invaluable collaboration” of Dimension Seven, which is in charge of the projections.
For Pérez, «it is a luxury to have in these summer months this unique and multidisciplinary setting for enjoyment and recreation, and with all kinds of sports and cultural practices in contact with nature. This cycle of open-air screenings has become a classic of the island’s film programming and will surely be attended by hundreds of lovers of the seventh art».
The mayor also recalls the civic norms that must prevail in the face of this concentration of people in a natural enclave and that for this reason “we must maintain maximum respect for the space and, if possible, leave it cleaner than we found it to that the next day he continues to show off his best face ». The sessions will start every day at 9:30 p.m., includes six filmss, and starts on Tuesday, August 16 with How to Survive in a Material World. It is “a curious reflection on what matters in life. Miranda July’s new film tells the story of a poor family that lives rented in the back of a soap factory and that, more than living, survive every day.
The psychological horror will take over the realejera beach on Wednesday, August 17 with a screening by director Adam Robitel Escape Room. The film follows a group of people who are sent to navigate a series of escape rooms, only to find that their fate is that they are tied to whether or not they can solve the puzzles in time.
For its part, on Thursday the 18th it is planned to screen Weather. «The fear of aging is a universal terror, and it seems that the Indian director not only knows it, but has wanted to play with it in his latest and interesting proposal, which narrates a family getaway to a paradisiacal destination that turns into a nightmare », indicates the City Council.
For Friday the 19th, a film has been selected for all audiences. the call of the wild recounts the life of the dog Buck, who is kidnapped to be sold as a sled dog in the cold wilderness of Alaska during the so-called gold rush.