Saturday, 25 July, at 4:30 pm
On the day of the writer, 25 July (Saturday), the Philos Session will present a documentary about Charles Bukowski. The film tells a little of the life of one of the greatest poets and novelists of the century Americans 20, He had a turbulent childhood due to the violence of his father. Bukowski found in alcohol and books a way to alleviate their suffering and make his life bearable.
Rating: 14 years
Director: John Dullaghan
Country: United States
Duration: 92 minutes
Synopsis: Explore the history of Charles Bukowski, one of the greatest poets and novelists of the century Americans 20. Bukowski had a turbulent childhood with a violent father and points out how the greatest teaching paterno have shown you what is "pain for no reason". In adolescence, the fact of having the face and upper body taken for inflammations, encouraged him to flee and quit school to go back one year later. At this time he discovered two things that helped make his life bearable: alcohol and books.
Saturdays, at 4:30 pm.
25/07 – “Charles Bukowski "
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