Freedom Shop Film Screening


The Freedom Shop is ending the year with a film that is less overtly political and a little more entertaining, but not without a moral or two....
'What to Do in Case of Fire'

'What to Do in Case of Fire' is set in Berlin. It's 1987 and six young squatters are busy fighting street battles with police, smoking a lot of dope and then film themselves making a home-made pressure-cooker bomb. But the bomb is a dud and soon forgotten.

However, 12 years later it does go off - but the group have long since disbanded and some of them are a bit more conservative and traditional than they used to be...

So come and join us for the last film screening of the year - 'What to Do in Case of Fire'.

When: Friday, 20 December
Where: People's Cinema, 57 Manners St, Wellington
Time: Doors open: 6pm - Film starts: 6.30pm

Hosted by the Freedom Shop.


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