Sarajevo’s art cinema said it now has heating in the theater, and on that occasion a Hollywood classic will be screened tonight, February 11, admission-free.
Kriterion cinema, open since 2011, is an art cinema/exhibition venue/bar that caters to fans of cinema and art. It employs students and emerging artists and fosters financial independence of promising talents.
The cinema will screen “Some like it hot” (1959) tonight at 9 pm to mark the installation of a heating system in the main venue. The entrance is free.
Synopsis: When two Chicago musicians, Joe and Jerry, witness the the St. Valentine’s Day massacre, they want to get out of town and get away from the gangster responsible, Spats Colombo. They’re desperate to get a gig out of town but the only job they know of is in an all-girl band heading to Florida. They show up at the train station as Josephine and Daphne, the replacement saxophone and bass players. They certainly enjoy being around the girls, especially Sugar Kane Kowalczyk who sings and plays the ukulele. Joe in particular sets out to woo her while Jerry/Daphne is wooed by a millionaire, Osgood Fielding III. Mayhem ensues as the two men try to keep their true identities hidden and Spats Colombo and his crew show up for a meeting with several other crime lords.