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  • Films old and new being shown at Bijou Cinema

    Henry James

    THE Southport Bijou Cinema at 8 Post Office continues to take audiences through cinema old and new this week with The Biggest Little Farm (PG), The Big Clock (PG), Mulholland Drive (15), The Farewell (PG), Some Like It Hot (U), Serenity (15), Mr. Love (15), and Western Stars (PG).

    Mulholland Drive (15) can be seen tomorrow (Thursday 23) at 7.30pm. This is David Lynch's strange, mysterious and beautiful ode to the dark underbelly of Hollywood starring Naomi Watts and Laura Harring.

    The Farewell (PG) is being shown on Friday, January 24 at 7.30pm. In this film a Chinese family discover that their grandmother only has a short while left to live, but decide to keep her in the dark and schedule a traditional wedding before she dies.

    People can see Some Like It Hot (PG) on Saturday January 25, at 2.30pm. This film is Billy Wilder's 1959 classic, in which two male musicians who have witnessed a mob hit must then escape the scene disguised as women, with hilarious consequences to follow.

    Serenity (15) is being shown on Saturday, January 25, at 7.30pm. The crew of the ship Serenity must evade an assassin sent to capture one of their members in this cult, Joss Whedon directed science fiction movie. Their screening is complete with a Cosplay Competition, too! The best costume in the screening will receive a prize following the film, so people are being asked to bring their best costumes!

    Mr. Love (15) will be screened on Sunday, January 26 at 2.30pm. The Bijou rounds the week off on Sunday with a Southport shot movie, in which an elderly mild-mannered gardener becomes a loveable legend in his town for his talent to romantically please every woman that fancies him.

    On Sunday, February 26 at 7.30pm people can see Western Stars (PG). This is a Bruce Springsteen documentary and concert movie, following the Boss' making of his latest album, Western Stars, and reflecting across his life and career.

    The Bijou's cafe/bar opens one hour prior to each film screening and all films can be booked at www.southportbijoucinema.co.uk or purchased at the box office. Adult tickets are £5, under 18s are £3, and discounts are available with £5 membership cards for a year. The Bijou Cinema can be found on Facebook, Twitter and Trip Advisor.

     


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