Hanoi screens ‘INNI’ again
The new Sigur Rós feature film, INNI, will be screened for the second time this month at the Hanoi Cinematheque on Friday, Dec 16.
It was earlier screened on Dec 1.
Recorded in London in 2008, the film captures Sigur Rós’s final two shows following a lengthy tour in support of “Með suð í eyrum við spilum endalaust,” which translates roughly as “With a buzz in our ears, we play endlessly,” according to a press release from Hanoi Cinematheque.
Directed by Vincent Morisset, it’s a close look at the INNI band in concert, often from several feet away. The majority of the film is in grainy black-and-white, reinforcing the view outside Iceland of the quartet as mythic and unknowable, as if it had risen from the fog-shrouded lava fields of its island home.
“Their music may sound as if it falls easily from their fingers, but INNI shows just how hard the band work to create their sound. It is required by the producers that we issue the following notice: PLEASE BE ADVISED – strobe lighting and flashing images are used during Sigur Rós’s live performance footage,” says the release.
Tickets are currently on sale at VND70,000 VND and can be bought at:- Hanoi Rock City : 27 / 52 To Ngoc Van Street– Tay Ho District.- Muse Cafe : 289 Kim Ma (104A5 Giang Vo) Street– Ba Dinh District.
Hanoi Cinematheque is located on 22A Hai Ba Trung Street, Hanoi.
The Wall to rock Hanoi again
A live show called “HEAT” by Hanoi’s most famous rock band, The Wall, will take place at 8 p.m. on December 17 at the Giang Vo Exhibition Center in the capital city. According to a press release from the website Vnrock.com said HEAT would “bring love and passion to thousands,” fulfilling “a promise the band has made a long time ago” to make the audience get deep into its music.
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