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SFS core screening at GV Marina: Planet Terror / Death At A Funeral (members only)
||Cinema 1: Planet Terror (R21 - Violence & Gore) (104 minutes)
Cinema 2: Death At A Funeral (NC16 - Coarse Language & Sexual Humour) (87 minutes)
||3 October 2007 (Wednesday), 9 pm
||Golden Village Marina
Marina Square Shopping Mall
5A Raffles Avenue #03/04-01
Free admission but members only -- flash your membership card to go in. Non-members may sign up online or at the door -- we will issue membership on the spot. No tickets will be sold. Free seating.
Cinema 1 - Planet Terror
(R21 - Violence & Gore) (104 minutes)
PLANET TERROR opens with Rose McGowan perform Go Go dancing ala Betty Page. The woman will eventually have her leg amputated and replaced with a high powered machine gun. McGowan's surgery is performed at a hospital that is administered by the creepy husband and wife Doctors Block (Marley Shelton, Josh Brolin). The Doctors Block know the details of a military conspiracy involving biological weapons and zombies. Eventually all inferno breaks lose and subplots erupt with tales of sibling rivalry, BBQ recipes and hyperactive teenage babysitters. PLANET TERROR features pure manic action, loopy narratives and a cameo by Bruce Willis.
Cinema 2 - Death at a Funeral
(NC16 - Coarse Language & Sexual Humour) (87 minutes)
A dignified send-off for a loved one erupts into uproarious chaos when romance, jealousy, in-laws, hallucinogens, dark secrets, life-long yearnings and a spot of bold blackmail all collide grave-side in the irreverent British comedy DEATH AT A FUNERAL. Directed by Frank Oz (Bowfinger, In & Out) and featuring a cast made up of the cream of Britains crop, the film mischievously explores what happens on the day when a typically divided family is finally forced to come to terms with each others bad behavior, outrageous faults, skeletons in the closet and all.