A meet to see the Chow Yun-Fat period drama/ action film 'The Assassins' at the Prince Charles cinema, part of the Terracotta Asian Film Festival.
It's a big budget, epic scale Chinese historical film (subtitled) in the style of Crouching Tiger and Hero, and is showing at the early time of 12.15 on Saturday 8th June. As there aren't great places to meet at the Prince Charles, we'll meet just outside the cinema from midday and get our seats just before 12.15 (its all allocated seating; I've booked in the middle but that area's getting booked out already. We'll go to the Slug and Lettuce pub round the corner after the film.
As this is the only UK showing of the film, it's gauranteed to sell out before the day, so please book online here. The Prince Charles is pretty cheap at least especially for central London, so it's £9.50 including booking fee (or cheaper if you're a member) but it does tend to sell out well in advance.
It's really pretty basic; the organiser and assistant organisers pick films, we meet beforehand and generally go for a drink after. It's a relaxed group which people dip in and out of depending on their film genre preference etc, so there are always new people at each meet.
We're not film snobs in this group- we see both thoughtful, foreign language films at indie cinemas and 'leave your brain at home' Hollywood blockbusters at multiplexes. Personally it depends on my mood. So if you like films, come along, watch a film and discuss it over a drink.
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