Neruda, directed by Pablo Larrain, will be screened at Gerringong Town Hall on November 3.
Poet Pablo Neruda, played by Luis Gnecco, is the most famous communist in Chile after WWII.
Eventually, he is forced underground, where he is pursued relentlessly by a police inspector, played by Gael García Bernal.
In Europe, the legend of the poet hounded by the policeman grows, and artists led by Pablo Picasso fight for Neruda’s freedom.
Film commences at 8.00pm.
Tickets available from 7.20pm. After the film, stay for their world famous Gerringong Pics and Flicks Tea, Coffee and Cakes ($3.00) and take the time to discuss the film or anything else you like in a relaxed social atmosphere.
Find them on: Facebook Gerringong Pics & Flicks or http://picsandflicksgerringong.blogspot.com/.
Yearly memberships are only $60. That’s 11 movies from date you sign up, 10-ticket multi-use cards are only $75 or casual tickets at the door are $10 each.
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