10 pm – FILM 
Thelma & Louise, Ridley Scott, USA, 1991
Original version in English with Spanish subtitles

Thelma Dickinson is an Arkansas housewife tired of her marriage to a sexist husband who treats her like a thing. Louise Sawyer works as a waitress and is dating a commitment-shy guitarist. One weekend, the two friends take off in Louise’s green Thunderbird to escape from the monotony and frustration. However, their weekend away, designed just take them out of themselves for a while, does not turn out as planned.

A superbly-scripted Oscar-winning road movie often considered feminist. The dusty, hostile landscape that our two heroines drive through provides the perfect metaphor for the obstacles that they encounter on their journey to find freedom.

Not recommended for spectators under 12 years

8.45 pm – CONCERT

Swing Vandals (jazz and swing with manouche influences)


Four true music lovers fuse their different backgrounds and sensitivities to create an intimate universe. This Toulouse band find inspiration in an eclectic range of sounds, from jazz standards and vocal swing to deep blues, arranging and performing their compositions in a style clearly influenced by manouche jazz. This year, the quartet, with a repertoire that includes boleros, waltzes, Latin rhythms and Gypsy music, will present their second album, Beautiful Love.

Nadia Lombardo: vocals
Julien Casanovas: violin
Luc Allières: double bass
Joë Santoni: guitar