Nov 19, Dec 3: Movie- Munch: Love, Ghosts and Lady Vampires

There is no painter in the world both more famous and less known than Edvard Munch. The debt contemporary culture has towards Munch is impressive, from Andy Warhol to Ingmar Bergman, from Marina Abramovich to Jasper Johnes.

Munch: Love, Ghosts and Lady Vampires sounds like a grim and potentially ghastly way to spend 90 minutes. And yet, this is an enjoyable film, celebrating a man who wrestled a lot of joy, romance and beauty out of the morass of poverty, madness and those endless winters he had been born into.

Munch: Love, Ghosts and Lady Vampires |2021 Documentary Exempt | 90 mins
Sunday 20th November 4.30pm

Saturday 3rd December 5.00pm

Ticket prices: $15 Adults, $12 Concession and $8 Children.

Raglan Movies at the Old School, 5 Stewart St, Raglan 3225.

Book online:, call into the Old School office Mon-Fri 10am to 2pm. (Office closed public holidays)

Door sales from 30 mins before session times.

Licensed bar & homemade snacks on sale.

If Munch’s painting has become a symbol and at the same time an omen of the tragedies of the twentieth century, his art has travelled new and experimental roads of extraordinary modernity. Today, however, it is his city, Oslo, which sets a turning point for the knowledge of Munch: the birth of a new museum. This documentary will start from there to shed light on a man and an artist with singular charm, a precursor and a master.

DIRECTED BY: Michelle Mally

NARRATED BY: Ingrid Bolsø Berdal

2021 Documentary Exempt | 90 mins

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