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Stuck for something to do now the winter months are approaching?
2:40pm Sunday 13th October 2013 in News
STUCK for something to do now the winter months are approaching?
Feckenham’s village cinema will be screening two brand new films, and one major classic this month.
First up is a ground breaking film from Saudi Arabia, the first feature film to come from that country.
Wadjda tells the story of a streetwise 10-year-old girl, frequently in trouble, who is determined to buy a bicycle so she can race her friend, a culturally unacceptable action.
Funny, engaging and likeable, while still being a moving protest against the entrenched attitudes in Saudi society, it is on at 8pm on Friday, October 18.
The next film, a much more boisterous one, is Monsters University.
It is the latest family-friendly film from the Pixar studio and the long-awaited sequel to the smash hit Monsters Inc.
It is on 2.30pm Saturday, October 19.
At the end of the month there’s a chance to see one of the cinema’s true classics - 12 Angry Men.
A Puerto Rican youth is on trial for murder, accused of killing his own father.
When the jury retire to consider their verdict, only one person, juror number eight (Henry Fonda) refuses to accept this as an open and shut case.
12 Angry Men is on 7.30pm Saturday, October 26.
Tickets for all shows are on sale at The Rose and Crown and The Village Shop in Feckenham.
To book online or for more information, call 0844 8700 887 or visit feckenodeon.co.uk.
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