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Narberth Film Society - What's On!

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Films are screened fortnightly on Sunday evenings at The Queens Hall Narberth.
Doors open 6:50pm ~ Films start at 7:30pm. Tel: 01834 861212

Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll


Sunday 9th January 7.30pm

15 cert - 2010 - Dir: Mat Whitecross - 115 min
Cast: Andy Serkis, Bill Milner, Luke Evans,
Mackenzie Crook, Naomie Harris

filmfan31

Films are screened fortnightly on Sunday evenings at The Queens Hall Narberth.
Doors open 6:50pm ~ Films start at 7:30pm. Tel: 01834 861212

Sunday 23rd January

The King of Masks

CHINA
12 cert ? 1996 - Dir: Wu Tianming ? 101 min
Cast: Zhu Xu, Zhou Ren-ying, Rhiuyang, Zhao Zhigang

Wang is the King of Masks, an aged street performer who practices
the ancient change-mask opera art of bian lian. He laments he has
no male heir to carry on his mysterious and complex craft. At a street
market he buys an orphan boy to adopt as his grandson and apprentice.
But he has a surprise when he brings his purchase home! A deeply moving
and superbly acted film of gentle humour and simple beauty.



filmfan31

February 01, 2011, 06:01:19 pm #2 Last Edit: February 01, 2011, 06:06:57 pm by filmfan31
Films are screened fortnightly on Sunday evenings at The Queens Hall Narberth.
Doors open 6:50pm ~ Films start at 7:30pm. Tel: 01834 861212

Sunday 6th February
Before Sunrise

These are two separate films which can stand alone or be seen together.

FRANCE
15 cert ? 1995/2004 - Dir Richard Linklater ? 105 min/80min
Cast: Ethan Hawke, Julie Delpy

A young American man meets a young French woman while travelling by train through Europe. Leaving the train in Vienna they walk around the night-time city, embarking on a kind of philosophical courtship dance. Nine years later they meet again by chance in Paris and we learn what has happened to them in the intervening years and how this meeting may shape
their future. A film at last which treats young people as real people and according to one critic: ?The best pick-up movie ever?.

filmfan31

Films are screened fortnightly on Sunday evenings at The Queens Hall Narberth.
Doors open 6:50pm ~ Films start at 7:30pm. Tel: 01834 861212

Tell No One

FRANCE
15 cert ? 2007 - Dir: Guillaume Canet - 126 min
Cast: Francios Cluzet, Andre Dussolier, Marie-Josee Croze,
Kristin Scott Thomas

A young newly-wed couple, Alex and Margot are staying at a secluded lake-side house. One evening the husband is beaten senseless and his wife is murdered. A local serial killer is caught, tried and jailed for the crime. Eight years later more corpses are found near the lake and Alex receives messages, apparently from his dead wife. A complex, action-packed thriller, guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seat.

filmfan31

Looking for Eric

Films are screened fortnightly on Sunday evenings at The Queens Hall Narberth.
Doors open 6:50pm ~ Films start at 7:30pm. Tel: 01834 861212

Sunday 23rd January

UK
15 cert ? 2008 - Dir: Ken Loach - 116 min
Cast: Steve Evets, Eric Cantona, Lucy-Jo Hudson,
Stephanie Bishop

Devoted Manchester United fan and postman Eric Bishop is suicidally
depressed. He is overwhelmed by his duty as a single parent to stop
his teenage sons drifting into a life of crime. One evening, befuddled by his
son?s ?wacky backy,? he dreams that his hero, ex-United star Eric Cantona, appears
in his bedroom and gives him advice on how to sort out his life. The film swings
back and forth between sadness, hilarity and suspense. Postman Eric is one of Loach?s
most memorable creations.