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SFS core screening at GV Marina: How Much Do You Love Me? / Nacho Libre (members only)

What Cinema 1: How Much Do You Love Me? - R21 (Consumer advice: Sexual content)
Cinema 2: Nacho Libre - PG (Consumer advice: Nil)
When 2 August 2006 (Wednesday), 9 pm
Where Golden Village Marina
5A Raffles Avenue, #03/04-01 Marina Leisureplex
Admission

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 - HOW MUCH DO YOU LOVE ME? - R21 (Consumer advice: Sexual
content)
(95 minutes)

Balding, elfin-eared Francois (Bernard Campan) enters a hooker-in- the-window joint in Paris' Pigalle district to meet the woman who  has become his obsession - the voluptuous Daniela (Monica Bellucci).  Her attention can be had for 150 Euros and an extravagant bottle of  champagne. Francois doesn't balk at the cost. Instead, he reveals  that he has just won a fortune in the lottery and offers Daniela  100,000 Euros a month to live with him until the money runs out.  Daniela accepts and appears to cheerfully transform herself into the  highly sexed domestic goddess of every man's dreams. But Francois  has a debilitating heart condition, and Daniela's unnerving gangster boyfriend Charly (G¨¦rard Depardieu) is not ready to let her go  without a fight. Directed by Bertrand Blier.


Cinema 2 - NACHO LIBRE - PG (Consumer advice: Nil)
(96 minutes)

Jack Black's latest on-screen escapade! Ignacio, growing up in a poor monastery in Mexico, has dreamed of being a professional wrestler  since childhood. This obsession has led him to a thankless adult  existence as monastery whipping-boy and chef, serving stale, day-old  nacho chips to finicky orphans. In an effort to earn the respect of   Sister Encarnacion (Ana De La Reguera) and escape the monastery into  the greedy excess of pro wrestling, Ignacio enters a local amateur  competition. Along the way, he picks up the notably scrawny yet  tough street urchin Esqueleto (Hector Jimenez) as his tag-team  partner. The duo hilariously loses badly and repeatedly to all  manner of local wrestling oddities. It is only when Ignacio  recognizes a higher goal than money and glory that he can truly  compete with his professional idols, including the dreaded and evil  champion Ramses. Directed by Jared Hess.