Sunday August 28th 7pm
Lord Of The Flies (1963, r.u./U.K., 92 min.)
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What better cinematic subject than William Golding’s famed novel Lord Of The Flies? Experimental director Peter Brook took a risk in tackling this film with a cast of young amateur actors but he succeeds beautifully in making this a powerful work by way of realist camera technique and measured pacing. This haunting film is far superior to the 1990 version and is required viewing for fans of fine literature and edgey 60’s cinema.
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Doors: 7 p.m. Film: 7:30 p.m.
Admission: 8$, 6$ (students & 65+)
With complementary coffee, tea and spring water! (and cookies if you are nice.)
How to get there:
BUS, METRO, WALK
When coming to Crowley by public transport, we are an easy 4 minute walk from Vendôme station. From Vendôme head west on boulevard De Maisonneuve, continue onto Upper Lachine Road, turn left onto Crowley Exit (after the AMT overpass), and continuing onto Crowley Avenue, passing Prud’homme Avenue. We are located just before Nelson Garage. Distance from subway: only 300 meters.
Drive to Notre Dame De Grace in Montreal. From Rue Sherbrooke Ouest, turn onto Ave. Girourard (heading south). Stay on Ave. Girourard, and turn left onto Chemin Upper Lachine. Then take a right onto the Ave Crowley exit (before the AMT overpass). Cross Prud’homme Ave, and we are on the left, just before Nelson Garage.
DRIVING FROM THE OLD-PORT OR DOWNTOWN
Driving from downtown or the Old Port? Then just follow directions for Autoroute Ville-Marie (QC-720 Ouest). Take Exit 2. Follow directions for Rue St Jacques Ouest. Pass the Mazda Gabriel car dealership & turn right onto Ave. Prud’homme. Turn right onto Ave Crowley, and we are on the left, just before Nelson Garage.
Free parking for the Crowley Centre is located at the back of the building (towards the end of Prud’homme Ave., along Prud’homme Avenue and in the parking lot of Nelson Garage (next door to us).