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Mon 11 Jun 2018, 6:30pm–8:20pm

Where: Academy Cinemas, 44 Lorne St, CBD, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Auckland Film Society 3-film sampler card membership: $35.00
  • Auckland Film Society Premier Card 12-month membership: $180.00
  • Auckland Film Society Premier Card concession membership: $160.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Charles Vidor
USA ​1946
110 mins
Blu-ray, B&W - PG

Restoration by UCLA Film & TV Archive and Sony Pictures Entertainment.
Rita Hayworth sings “Put the Blame on Mame” as the much lusted-after wife of a mob boss (George Macready) and ex-flame of his bitter henchman (Glenn Ford).

“Cynical, pessimistic and thrilling.” – Sheila O’Malley, Criterion

“Despite critical drubbing (‘high-class trash,’ sniffed the Daily News), in one of the biggest box office bonanzas of its year and now a bona fide film noir classic – the high of 1940s screen eroticism.

Down-and-outer Glenn Ford’s ‘You’ve no idea how faithful and obedient I can be’ pledge to Buenos Aires nightclub magnate George Macready is threatened when the boss later produces a wife – Rita Hayworth.

‘There never was a woman like Gilda!’ shouted the ads, and there never was a star as electrifying as Hayworth, from her hair-tossing first close-up; to her teasing bumps and grinds, dressed in black satin gown, to the strains of “Put the Blame on Mame;” to the screen-igniting sensuality of her scenes with an uncharacteristically fiery Ford.

Gilda boasts some of the most feverish noir dialogue of the decade and the screen’s first multi-sexual ménage á trois – an element totally unnoticed by contemporary critics.” — Film Forum

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