WHAT’S ON


CLASSIC CINEMA CLUB has moved.
We’re directly across the Green from Ealing Studios and a few doors down from The Grove pub.
Come see a film in our comfortable new venue at Ealing Green Church, Ealing Green, Ealing
W5 5QT
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May 2019
There’s No Place Like Home

As we make our move into another venue, we get settled with a run of films where location is key. In these movies, the characters are hosts and guests, and the storylines make creative use of their home settings. There’s domestic scenes, the haunted house genre, drawing room farce, the intimacy of chamber dramas, and microcosms of society. Come enjoy a screening in our club’s new residence.

 

Friday 10th May
The Old Dark House   1932
PG – 72 minutes – in Englis

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Boris Karloff, Melvyn Douglas and Charles Laughton are among those weathering a stormy night in a creepy mansion owned by a sinister family. Hollywood gothic horror, taut with terrific atmosphere and a tongue-in-cheek sense of humour.

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Friday 17th May
Mid-August Lunch  2008
U – 72 minutes – in Italian with English subtitles

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A middle-aged man lives with his elderly mother in Rome, then has three more women foisted on him, to tend to their every demand during the summer public holiday. Thoroughly charming, delightful and funny, a small film with a huge heart.
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Friday 24th May
Spring in a Small Town  1948
U – 97 minutes – in Mandarin with English subtitles

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Living in post-war ruins with a sick husband, a woman endures a lonely routine, until a childhood friend visits and brightens the household, but also stirs up conflicted passions. This romance-drama has been voted the best film in Chinese cinema history.

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Friday 31st May
The Ice Storm 1997
15 – 113 minutes – in English
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Kevin Kline, Sigourney Weaver and an all-star cast play neighbouring families beset by boredom, dysfunction and personal troubles. Set in 1973 suburban Connecticut, Ang Lee’s tragi-comic American satire is “one of the finest films of the nineties.”
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