FREE film night: Chopper (upstairs at the Temple Bar)

Come and join me for a FREE film night upstairs at the Temple Bar on Western Road, Brighton.

Doors open at 19:00. Arrive early to enjoy a Screen Shack shake or Bloody Mary, tuck into some popcorn and bag a beanbag! The film will commence at 20:00.

CHOPPER (2000)
An extraordinary movie about an extraordinary man, the highly acclaimed and award winning Chopper is the boldest and grittiest Australian film in decades.

Brimming with dangerous excitement and stunning innovation, the sensational debut of rock video director Andrew Dominik is an exhilarating sharp shock to the system revealing the no-holds-barred story of the notorious Oz criminal Mark 'Chopper' Read.

Told in flashback as Read serves one of his many prisons sentences, this extreme biography charts the brutal carnage and wicked sense of humour of a man who supposedly committed nineteen vicious murders and got away with it. Mixing startling facts from his nine best-selling books, including 'How To Shoot Friends and Influence People,' with stylish pulp fiction to paint an astonishing portrait of a larger-than-life legend, Chopper is funny, fascinating and frightening and features a show-stopping central performance from Eric Bana, Australia's top stand-up comedian.

You can purchase optional annual membership for only £10 and you will receive discounts on bar drinks and Screen Shack shakes and snacks. For further details please email: [masked] or speak to me on the night.

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  • David K.

    No where near as violent as I expected, but I left with a feeling of sadness at desolate psychotic lifestyle of Read. Really frustrated at the way a fair number of the audience could not sit still for 90 mins and two notable attendees could not spend more than a few minutes between exchanging comments.
    Am I alone in wanting to watch a film in silence?!

    November 22, 2013

  • Dez M.

    Are you lookin' at me ears?

    1 · November 21, 2013

  • Linda G.


    November 21, 2013

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