Hogsback Movie Club November Movie
This month our Movie club will be meeting again back at the very special Rose Theatre (weather permitting) at 18:30 at the Starways Art Centre. This amazing open-air theatre, built in the forest is indeed a unique location for our movie club.
The club is open to all (entry fee R30 to cover electricity and wood). A list of 5 movies from 5 different genres will be circulated to members beforehand, who will then vote as they arrive for their 1st and second choices of the movie they would like to see. The movie with the most votes will then be screened after which we will have a lively discussion about the movie!
Bring your own picnic basket or come and braai or just come for the movie which will start at 19h30. The braai fires will be lit at 18h00.
The list of movies for our Movie night are:
Two Japanese milk-truck drivers (Tsutomu Yamazaki, Ken Watanabe) help a restaurant owner (Nobuko Miyamoto) learn how to cook great noodles.
This celebration of dance features some of the best flamenco dancers in the world at the top their game. Displaying 13 varieties of the Spanish dance form, from the tango to the taranta to the rumba, the set pieces display the wide array of music that can accompany these passionate and exotic displays. With some dances set against a cappella music, some solo routines, and some group numbers, this sweeping examination of flamenco is considered one of the finest performance films ever made.
- Children of Heaven
Siblings Ali and Zahra make an intricate arrangement to conceal the loss of Zahra’s pair of shoes. However, when it becomes difficult to do so, Ali decides to participate in a race to win new shoes.
- The scent of green Papaya
In this Vietnamese drama, a young peasant girl named Mui (Lu Man San) is hired to work for a well-to-do family in Saigon. Although the household’s fortunes change for the worse, Mui stays with them as a servant and grows infatuated with one of their friends, the handsome Khuyen (Vuong Hoa Hoi). Years later, Mui (Tran Nu Yen-Khe) is employed by Khuyen, who has become a renowned pianist. Although Khuyen has a girlfriend, he gradually begins to realize his own strong connection with Mui.
- Jesus of Montreal
Daniel stages a modern version of the Passion and embodies the character of Jesus Christ. He travels to different places and looks for disciples who will leave everything and follow him.
Covid-19 regulations will apply.