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EFF features British drama Ginger and Rosa
One of the featured films at the European Film Festival (EFF) today is the English drama Ginger and Rosa.
This Sally Potter-directed film tells the story of best friends growing up in London in the early 60s.
The two teenagers are inseparable, sharing everything together. But as the Cuban missile crisis breaks and Ginger becomes an activist in the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, their friendship is redefined. And when Ginger discovers a terrible secret, their bond threatens to break forever.
The EFF runs until May 27 at MovieTowne, Port-of-Spain, and MovieTowne, Tobago.
Tickets for all screenings are $30 each, with tickets for children and students (in uniform or with student ID) priced at $20.
TODAY’S FILMS AT THE EFF
11 am Ginger & Rosa: Sally Potter, 2012, UK / 88 mins
1.15 pm Hotel Swooni: Kaat Beels, 2011, Belgium / 89 mins
3.30 pm The Corpse Must Die: Jozef Paštéka, 2010, Slovakia / 96 mins
5.45 pm Almanya (Welcome to Germany): Yasemin Samdereli, 2011, Germany / 101 mins
8 pm 35 Shots of Rum (35 rhums): Claire Denis, 2008, France / 100 mins
3.30 pm The Marathon: Diederick Koopal, 2012, The Netherlands / 107 mins
6 pm Dream Team 1935: Aigars Grauba, 2012, Latvia / 120 mins
8 pm Blancanieves (Snow White): Pablo Berger, 2012, Spain / 104 mins
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