Eliza Kazan's masterpiece, and a defining role for Brando, this piece of cinematic history still holds an tough emotional punch that most contemporary dramas can only dream of. Brando is of course, Terry Malloy an ex prize-fighter turned longshoreman, who stumbles along with his head down, until he finally decides takes on the fight of his life - standing up to his corrupt union bosses. The rest of the cast give excellent support - Karl Malden is local priest Father Barry, the voice of his conscience, Lee J Cobb his vicious boss, and Eva Marie Saint as his love. A must see for all cinema lovers and connoisseurs!
Director : Eliza Kazan Starring: Marlon Brando, Karl Malden. Eva Marie Saint, Lee J Cobb
Doors open at 6.30pm so you can grab your ( real) cinema seat (ex-Duke of Yorks), a drink from the twinkly bar, or maybe something from the yummy Tapas buffet. A warm and friendly welcome awaits you for sure. (although its pretty cool too in this weather, due to the new Casablanca-esk ceiling fans :) ) Film on at 7.30pm. Hope to see you there!