MCDGOWI EC004

Gone with the Wind

Friday, November 7 - Sunday, November 9, 2014

DCP projection

“Four-hours of epic romance in gorgeous Technicolor… Slavery, the Civil War, the burning of Atlanta, a street knee-deep in dead soldiers – all just a backdrop to the main event, Scarlett ’n’ Rhett. The feminist jury is still out on Southern belle Scarlett O’Hara (Vivien Leigh). Nothing but a serial husband-thief? Or a resilient modern woman doing what she can to survive? You decide. Rhett (Clark Gable) is the hard-drinking playboy who, when he looks at a woman, sees right through her petticoats. Scarlett: ‘You black-hearted varmint’ (store that one away for future use). Rhett: ‘You’ll never mean anything but misery to a man.’ Frankly, you’d have be as black-hearted as Rhett not to give a damn.” – Time Out (London)

  • Country USA
  • Year 1939
  • Running Time 233 minutes
  • Director Victor Fleming