Friday, 23 January 2009



We start the year again with forthnightly screenings, the first being
held on Tuesday, 17 February at 8pm. Come along to Bill's Place,
corner Orokonui and Mt. Cargill Roads. Membership for one year is $55
and covers 29 nights of entertainment. But we also have some
additional special screenings planned. We offer Drama, comedy, history
or just plain entertainment in a warm, pleasant environment with
convivial company. For info ring Brigitte 482-2829 or Leonie

by Leonie Rousselot

Tuesday, 17 February


France 2006

Cinemagician Michel Gondry (Be Kind Rewind) returns to his native
France to direct his own original screenplay, delving deep, with his
own sweet brand of uninhibited delight, into the subconscious lives of
two people in love. This film is set in the far reaches of inner
space, namely the surreal, fanciful dream world of one shy guy,
Stéfane. 105 min.

Tuesday, 3 March


USA 2005

Brick is an inspired fusion of teenage confidential and hard-boiled
'film noir' set in the mean corridors and power cliques of a
contemporary Southern California high school. It starts, as all good
detective stories should, with the disappearance of a young dame, who
has just enough time to make a desperate appeal to her ex-boyfriend
for help before vanishing. 110 min.

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