6pm on Wednesday our meet up for 'The Book Thief'
And for those of you who can't make Wednesday there is a meet up for this film at 5:30pm on Sunday 2 March too.
In this inspiring tale of courage and strength, 13-year-old Nélisse plays Liesel, a young girl who finds escape from the horrors of World War II by stealing books and sharing them with others.
They include Max (Schnetzer), a Jewish refugee hiding in the home of Hans (Rush) and Rosa (Watson), who foster Liesel after her parents are sent to a concentration camp. Although she is initially illiterate, Liesel’s world is opened up by the power of words and her own imagination, even while discovery and death are only a heartbeat away.
BAFTA- and Emmy-winning director Percival brings Markus Zusak’s much-loved 2006 bestseller to the big screen with the help of a beautiful score by John Williams, perfectly capturing the novel’s themes of resilience, empowerment and triumph over adversity.
How To Meet
Use the comments section to tell others what seat you've booked and meet in the bar before and/or after the film.
For those of you who don't know the picturehouse and think you can't make 6:00pm, films usually start 20 minutes after the published time.