The next film to be shown at the Public Hall is Life of Pi, rated PG, which is showing tonight at 7.30pm.
The versatile Ang Lee brings Yann Martel's tale of shipwreck and spirituality to the big screen in magnificent fashion. This is grand adventure on an epic scale, a survival story that takes up half the movie. Using state-of-the-art 3D and digitally created beasts, Lee and his team of technicians make it utterly real, as they do a mysterious island that briefly provides a dangerously seductive haven. The 227 days at sea are a test of physique, mental adaptation and faith, and Suraj Sharma makes Pi's spiritual journey as convincing as his nautical one.
You can see the trailer here
The film is tonight, Saturday, April 20th, in the Public Hall. All tickets are £3.14 (with a booking fee of £1.86) and they are available at the Post Office, Williams' Newsagent and Hoc's Fat Pigeon or you can pay on the door.
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