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'Terracotta Film Club' presents "Hansel and Gretel" at the Prince Charles Cinema on Wednesday 26 June

2013/06/21 | Permalink | Source

'Terracotta Film Club' presents "Hansel and Gretel" at the Prince Charles Cinema on Wednesday 26 June

To time with the release of HANSEL & GRETEL: WITCH HUNTERS on DVD, 'Terracotta Film Club' offers the chance to watch the South Korean adaptation of HANSEL AND GRETEL at the cinema.

Yim Pil-sung's twisted version is a dark modern age fairy tale for adults, spinning the original Grimm fairytale on its head.

As for previous editions, the event will run for one night only on Wednesday 26 June at the Prince Charles Cinema in London.

Previous 'Terracotta Film Clubs' of POLICE STORY, LADY SNOWBLOOD and DAYS OF BEING WILD were sold out. And the 5th edition of the Terracotta Far East Film Festival wrapped successfully last week.

This enthusiasm is a real encouragement and Terracotta organisers will pursue their efforts to show Asian films regularly on the big screen throughout the year.

Wednesday 26 June at 6.15pm doors open/ 6.30pm film starts
Ticket price: £ 7.50 (Prince Charles cinema members £ 5.00).

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Cast: Chun Jung-myung, Eun Won-jae, Shim Eun-kyung and Jin Ji-hee
Director: Yim Pil-sung

Runtime: 116 min. / Cert.15 / Dark Fantasy / 2007
Country: South Korea, Korean language with English subtitles.

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