Cancelled – Freeze Frame Film Club presents Lola (1961)

Friday 10th March 2017
Open 6:30, film starts 8pm

Due to unforeseen circumstances, this Friday night’s Freeze Frame Film Club has been cancelled. 
See www.facebook.com/freezeframefilmclub for news and updates. 

France Jacques Demy 1961 (90 mins)

As one critic wrote ‘among the most neglected major works of the French New Wave’, Jacques Demy’s debut feature is a lyrical and atmospheric tale of missed opportunities and unrequited love.

Anouk Aimee plays Lola, a cabaret dancer in the French port town of Nantes. Running into an old flame sparks memories and reflections on how life has unfolded. This is a style over substance classic, another reminder of how the nouvelle vague turned simple notions into cinematic poetry.

Film only tickets – £3.00
Come along and enjoy the film, the free popcorn and a refreshment from the Drill Hall Cafe Bar from 7:45 for 8pm Intro and screening.

Pre show dinner inspired by the film £15.00 from 6:30
French themed menu this month takes its inspiration from the Loire Valley & the produce of the Atlantic coast.

Bon appetit!

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See www.facebook.com/freezeframefilmclub for full programme details. 

 

 

 

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