The Department of Culture programming continues with films being screened at the Performing Arts Hall (Cinema Velasco) of the town with the latest film for all tastes and ages at the price of 3 euros per ticket.
The film program includes the screening of a classic adventure "Solomon Kane", coming this weekend to the big screen cinema in the town, which will be screened this weekend on Saturday January 23 at 19 : 00 hours and 22:00 hours and Sunday 24 January in two passes, at 17:00 hours and 19:30 hours.
This is a classic of adventure out of the mind of Robert E.
Howard, author of "Conan the Barbarian."
In sixteenth century England, Solomon Kane is a bloody murderer waged war around the world on behalf of his country.
A demonic curse seems to follow from that sacked a castle in northern Africa, so he decides to redeem their sins and devote themselves to spiritual life.
But when some warriors led by a masked rider kill their friends and kidnap his daughter, Kane return to arms, become an avenger against evil forces.
A hat, a coat, two swords and a sash at the waist.
That's the traditional look of Solomon Kane, Puritan avenging hero and he left the imagination of Robert E.
Howard in 1928.
The legendary American writer was inspired by the sixteenth to join England in the same story of adventure, epic, fantasy, action and supernatural terror.
However, based on Howard short stories, film welcomes "Solomon Kane," the film that opens a trilogy more than likely.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Totana