The cinemas Kino in Rotterdam and Lab 111 in Amsterdam in march farewell of actor Daniel Day-Lewis. The triple “oscar” Italian made last year be known that Phantom Thread, his latest film, his last appearance on the white cloth.
On the occasion of the release of this film show the two cinemas, several times, with four of his best bioscooptitels. The first two movies are the honest drama My Beautiful Laundrette (1985), in which Day-Lewis is a former skinhead plays who falls in love with a Pakistani entrepreneur, and The Last of the Mohicans (1992).
In addition, to exhibit the cinemas it heart-rending In the Name of the Father (1993) – an Irish father and a son who has been wrongly imprisoned for a bombing – and There Will Be Blood (2007). For the latter film won the Day-Lewis one of his three Oscars.
The actor, who is known for the intense way in which he prepares for his roles, won a total of more than 150 awards for, say, twenty films that he made. The ticket sales for the retrospective is Monday start.