‘El Regreso de Gulliver’, ‘La Huerfana 2’ and ‘Don’t care darling’ are just some of the premiere screenings you can enjoy at Cinema Day 2022 from Monday 26th to Wednesday 28th September. Promotion starting at $1,500.
This Wednesday, Billboard started pre-selling Movie Day tickets at a very convenient price to see the best movies.
This year 2022 you can enjoy the 7th art in 3 days, so BioBioChile will let you know which works are available on these days.
When is Cinema Day 2022?
Monday 26th, Tuesday 27th and Wednesday 28th September will be the days when Cinema Day 2022 will be celebrated throughout Chile.
On the occasion, the major national chain reached an agreement and started pre-sale tickets starting at $1,500.
What movies are playing in theaters?
This will be the grill to enjoy in celebration of Cinema Day 2022, thanks to a weekly change of cinema billboards every Thursday.
Don’t Worry Darling
The film tells about the problems that arise in Victoria’s idyllic community. The community is run by Secret Project Victoria and directed by CEO Frank.
What’s striking about the film is that it provided more buzz in the pre-premier period than it has already released on the big screen.
Also starring Harry Styles, Florence Pugh, Chris Pine and directed by Olivia Wilde.
The 90-minute animated film promises to entertain the youngest child with the story of ordinary Gulliver who must escape the king’s execution order. All due to the fact that he returned to his homeland, everyone was waiting not for the main character, but for the giant.
27-year-old actress Isabelle Fuhrman returns to play the evil Esther, reprising the role of a sick woman who looks like a little girl.
On this occasion, the film recounts the hero’s first steps after fleeing Estonia before being placed in a mental hospital.
5 Centimeters Per Second
This Japanese animated film from 2007 opens in select domestic cinemas this week. Takaki Tohno and Akari Shinohara, who were separated, reunite after deepening their friendship during their school days.
Avatar needs no further explanation for its plot. Remember, an ambitious film by a James Cameron practitioner reinvented cinematic special effects.
This work has won three Oscar statuettes, two Golden Globe Awards, and countless additional awards.