Amour @ Cornerhouse + Social @ Knott Bar

Join us at Cornerhouse on Saturday 24th for another movie & social...

Amour - Michael Haneke’s Palme d’or winner details the tender and loving relationship between two elderly musicians. Anne and Georges’ happy marriage is tested when Anne suffers a series of devastating strokes and Georges insists on caring for her at home. As the couple continue with their life, they create an increasingly private world in which their long-standing devotion to each other is unshakeable.

When to meet...

Meet at 5.00Paul [masked]) is hosting, take his number in case you can't find the group.

Where to meet...

Meet near the downstairs bar at Cornerhouse → click here for a picture of the meeting point.

And you'll get a 10% discount if you mention you're with the group when buying your ticket!

Plus a Social @ Knott Bar from 8.00! Following the film we'll be having a social at Knott Bar on Deansgate, a few minutes from the cinema and just across the road from Deansgate Station (M3 4LY). We usually reserve some tables at the back of the ground floor so why not pop along?

Whether you're coming for the film, the social or both, just RSVP yes so we know approximate numbers. Thanks ;-)

New Member? Everybody is welcome and there are new members every week so please do come along!

Any questions, just email us :-) Hope to see you there!

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  • Chris

    Unable to make this one due to working late. A shame as Haneke is my favourite living director. If you guys rate Amour, then nine of his previous ten films (not counting a U.S remake of his own Funny Games) are also well worth the fraught viewing they entail.

    November 24, 2012

    • Su

      Hi Chris

      November 25, 2012

    • Chris

      Hey Su :>)

      November 25, 2012

  • Andreas

    Hi eveyone!

    Thank you for the organising this.

    I thought the film was worth watching once but I don't think I would watch it a second time. If not it would be just to enjoy both actors' TERRIFIC performance and some of the best scenes (ie: the water, the first meal, some of the conversations). By the way, the brightness seemed to be set too low sometimes... not sure if this was on purpose. But my eyes felt tired then. Anyway, just a minor detail.

    Also, I'm surprised it is the same director who made Funny Games given the genres/themes.

    November 25, 2012

  • Shoshana S.

    any idea how much tickets are usually? :)

    November 21, 2012

    • Mark

      Shoshana, with our 10% discount, later showings like this are £6.75. Mention that you're with the group to get the discount.

      November 21, 2012

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