Presented by: Cult Cinema Club
An evening of tasty food and beverages, reflective cinematic viewing, great vibes and……dancing!
Join us from 5.30pm for tasty dinner options from Kenny John’s Food Truck, accompanied by smooth brews and sweet treats from our pop-up licensed bar and a dance demo and lesson from Tauranga based dance studio Salsa ¡Agua!
Lights down inside the Village Cinema from 7.30pm where we’ll be screening Walter Salles’ film, ‘The Motorcycle Diaries’ based on the memoirs of Ernesto Guevara before his transformation into ‘Che’.
“The Motorcycle Diaries is a beautifully wrought account of the dawning of the social conscience of one of the 20th century’s most romanticized revolutionaries. In gradual increments, Brazilian director Walter Salles’ film reveals how an eight-month trip through South America in 1952 opened the eyes of a 23-year-old upper-middle-class Argentinian medical student named Ernesto Guevara, who a few years later emerged as the charismatic Che… This intelligently made picture is artful but not arty, political without being didactic.” — Todd McCarthy, Variety
Rated M (2hr 8min)