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Pie and Pi - the film in 3D

  • Dec 29, 2012 · 8:15 PM
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Lets see the 8:15pm showing of "Life of Pi" in 3D, which ends at 10:50.

If you're coming to the film and want me to get a ticket for you so we're all sitting together, could you either bank transfer £11.85 to me before the end of Friday 28th (ask if you don’t have my account details) or click the payment button above to pay £12.50 to me by PayPal (includes 50p PayPal charge). I can’t get any 3D tickets cheaper than the standard box office rates.

If you're coming to both the meal and the film, please RSVP for both. See other meetups for meal details. If you're not coming to the meal, let me know so we can co-ordinate meeting up.

That bloke who sits next to Claudia Winkleman on BBC's Film 2012 (aka Danny Leigh) described it as "Beautiful" and "A Joy" and "Visually stunning" and "Phenomenal" (you get the idea) and added "3D is an intrinsic part of the way it works".

Life of Pi is based on the global best-seller and comes from the director of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and Brokeback Mountain. Pi (Suraj Sharma), the son of an Indian zookeeper, decides to hitch a ride to Canada with a shipment of animals but when the ship goes down he’s forced to share the only lifeboat with a zebra, a hyena, an orangutan and a Bengal tiger. With hundreds of days stretching before them, they need to learn to trust each other if they are going to survive. Life of Pi is a lavish coming-of-age story with heart and spirit.

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  • Dianne

    very good. Thanks for organising the evening Oli.

    1 · December 29, 2012

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