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Monday 29th April 2019

Ma Vie de Courgette

Free (No ticket required - First come first served)
8:00PM
INDOOR: The Bear Church

A beautiful stop motion animation, ‘Ma Vie de Courgette’ (‘My Life as a Courgette’) follows a young boy, nicknamed Courgette, who is sent to a foster home after losing his mother.

We get a glimpse into the lives of the other children in the home as ‘Courgette’ slowly starts to form friendships with each of them.

Expertly crafted, this is a fantastic film that explores love, loss and friendship. There will be a licensed bar at the event and the film will be shown in its original French with English subtitles.

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Director
Claude Barras
Certificate
PG
Running Time
70mins
Year
2016
Country
Switz/France
The Bear Church
Frankham Street , London, SE8 4RN

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