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SFS core screening at GV Marina: 20TH CENTURY BOYS PART II / SUNSHINE CLEANING (members only)

What Cinema 1: 20TH CENTURY BOYS PART II (140 minutes) (PG - some violence)
Cinema 2: SUNSHINE CLEANING (91 minutes) (NC16 - coarse language & some drug references)
When 15 July 2009 (Wednesday), 9 pm
Where Golden Village Marina
Marina Square Shopping Mall
5A Raffles Avenue #03/04-01
Marina Leisureplex
Singapore 039801
Admission

Free admission but members only -- flash your membership card to go in. You may bring up to 2 guests if you hold a SFS Reel membership card. Non-members may sign up online or at the door -- we will issue membership on the spot. No tickets will be sold. Free seating.

 

SFS AT GV MARINA
Wednesday, 15 July, 2009, 9.00pm

Admission by SFS Membership
You may bring up to 2 guests if you are holding a Reel membership.
Details: http://www.sfs. org.sg/page. php?id=reelcard

Cinema 1 - 20TH CENTURY BOYS PART II
(140 minutes) (PG - some violence)

The chapter 2 of the 20TH CENTURY BOYS trilogy stars in 2015, 15 years after the world is nearly destroyed. People now believe that Kenji and his friends were satanic terrorists and Friend, the mysterious cult leader, is worshiped as the savior of the world. Kanna, Kenjis niece, is now in high school and she resents that the history textbooks tell a fabricated account of the fateful day. She is forced to participate in the Friend Land program to be re-educated when she is deemed to be anti-social. While in the program, Kanna uncovers clues to Friends real identity, and the shocking discovery of The New Book of Prophecies! Kanna tries to find out who wrote The New Book of Prophecies and unravels the true identity of Friend!

Cinema 2 - SUNSHINE CLEANING
(91 minutes) (NC16 - coarse language & some drug references)

Struggling to make ends meet Rose (Amy Adams) and her sister Norah (Emily Blunt) start an unusual business, a crime scene clean-up/ biohazard removal service - "Sunshine Cleaning". The sisters are backed up by their offbeat father Joe (Alan Arkin) who jumps from one get rich quick scheme to another to pay the bills and teach his eight year old grandson how to make a million dollars. A delightful bittersweet comedic drama about an unconventional family striving to live the American Dream and deal with life, one mess at a time.