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Dogtooth looks interesting to me. It'd have to be the Monday rather than the Wednesday for me, though, if we chose that one.

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Monday would suit me better too but depends if Maels would be happy to see the film for a second time, otherwise I think we need to keep our thinking caps on.

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Sorry, I somehow missed that Maels had already seen it.

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Monday would suit me better too but depends if Maels would be happy to see the film for a second time, otherwise I think we need to keep our thinking caps on.

I was pretty sleepy at the time, so I don't think I got much out of it--I don't mind seeing it again.

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Purdyamos is having a ponder on the Greek suggestion too.

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Having carried out the usual soundings, the next meeting will be 26 April, 18.20 for Dogtooth.

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When is the next meeting for a film?

 

How many people normally turn up to these viewings? It obviously depends on the film as well.

 

I've just moved to Sheffield so am interested to coming to the next viewing.

 

Thanks

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Having carried out the usual soundings, the next meeting will be 26 April, 18.20 for Dogtooth.

 

At the Showroom Cinema on Paternoster Row.

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I will not be able to make tomorrow's meeting.

 

Let me know about the next one.

 

Thanks

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Any meetings for 'The Time that Remains'?

 

Anyone is welcome to join, probably end up going sometime in the week, next week.

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They have a couple of showings of Letter from an Unknown Woman next week. Cannot recommend this film highly enough.

 

If you haven't seen it before and are at all interested in cinema it is a must see. To be honest it's a must see on the big screen: period. Though perhaps not if your idea of great cinema is Michael Bay.

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