£6 Tuesdays at the BFI. £6 Tickets Sold Out. Full Price tickets still available.
PLEASE NOTE - ACTUAL PERFORMANCE START TIME IS 6.10PM
A key Al Pacino performance of the 70s, in which the actor plays an NYPD cop whose honesty and idealism clash with the corrupt practices of his colleagues. Based on the 1972 biography of real-life cop Frank Serpico, the film benefits from subtle handling, by accomplished director Sidney Lumet, adopting a balanced approach to its main character.
It won Pacino a Golden Globe award and the second in his long list of Oscar nominations. Hollywood stalwarts F. Murray Abraham and Judd Hirsch also appear in cameo roles.
Tickets can be bought (HERE)
I'll send around an e-mail shortly before the date to confirm meeting details. We will aim to go for a drink afterwards to discuss the film (though this may change if a tube strike is still scheduled).