Sunset Boulevard

English with Thai subtitles

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  • Friday 16 June, 6.45pm
  • Saturday 17 June, 4.15pm
  • Sunday 18 June, 11.15am
  • Tuesday 20 June, 9.00pm
  • Wednesday 21 June, 4.15pm
  • Thursday 22 June, 6.45pm
  • Friday 23 June, 9.00pm
  • Saturday 24 June, 4.14pm
  • Sunday 25 June, 6.45pm
  • Wednesday 28 June, 4.15pm
  • Saturday 1 July, 6.45pm
  • Sunday 2 July, 4.15pm
  • Tuesday 4 July, 4.15pm
  • Thursday 6 July, 9.00pm
  • Saturday 8 July, 4.15pm

Arguably the greatest movie about Hollywood, Billy Wilder's masterpiece Sunset Boulevard is a tremendously entertaining combination of noir, black comedy, and character study. The story is of a screenwriter, hired to rework a faded silent film star's script only to find himself developing a dangerous relationship.

 

“This is the greatest film about Hollywood ever put on celluloid by Hollywood.” — Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun Times

“Still the best Hollywood movie ever made about Hollywood.” — New York Observer

“One of Wilder's finest, and certainly the blackest of all Hollywood's scab-scratching accounts of itself.” — Time Out

“This is the greatest film about Hollywood ever put on celluloid by Hollywood.” — Real Views 

Awards

  • Won Academy Awards 1951: Best Writing, Story and Screenplay, Best Art Direction-Set Decoration, Black-and-White, Best Music, Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture.
  • Won Golden Globes 1951: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress - Drama, Best Original Score.

 

Director: Billy Wilder
Country: USA
Duration: 110 minutes
Year: 1950