UNDERBELLY DOUBLE BILL
This week sees part two of our summer classics, with the PIER PAOLO PASOLINI penned COMMARE SECCA (THE GRIM REAPER). This dark suffocating thriller with its velvet monochrome cinematography will draw you into PASOLINI'S dark and beautifully dysfunctional mind, this impressive cinematic debut became BERTOLUCCI'S calling card and is still classed as one the greatest debuts of all time. Next up is PIGS & BATTLESHIPS the start of the Japanese New Wave using the pork wars as a backdrop a storm that had been brewing for a while under the US occupation. IMAMURA paints a portrait of Japanese sub-culture that had rarely been documented up and till that point. This hectic crazed landscape gives a knowing wink to the beat movement and with its unforgettable ending, you need to see these films back to back.
WITH THE USUAL FREE POPCORN AND RUM