THE BARRIE FILM FESTIVAL WILL SCREEN PROGRAMMING AT SUNSET DRIVE IN THROUGH THE SUMMER

 

The show must go on…even if you need to bring your car.

Like other venues, the Barrie Film Festival have had to close their doors at the Uptown theatre due to Covid-19, unfortunately yelling “cut” on their usual run of programming.

But now that Sunset Drive In is open, the BFF  is presenting a couple of first run, independent gems on the REALLY big screen this week.

On Wednesday, the festival is showing a double feature at Sunset.

SHOW 1 is MILITARY WIVES (9:25PM)⁠⠀
Comedy/Drama, 14A for brief language and a sexual reference, 112 minutes (UK)⁠⠀
Inspired by the international phenomenon of military wives choirs, Peter Cattaneo (Full Monty) crafts an emotive and poignant story about a group of women who realize that their partners in Afghanistan aren’t the only ones whose circumstances can lead to unbreakable bonds of camaraderie, belonging, and deep friendship.⁠⠀
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SHOW 2 is PARASITE (11:25PM)⁠⠀
Dark Comedy/Thriller, 14A for coarse/sexual language, some violence and a sexually suggestive scene, Language: Korean with English subtitles, 133 minutes (South Korea)⁠⠀
A family of cunning derelicts scheme to enter a wealthy household’s employ in this genre-bending, Palme d’Or and Oscar award–winning thriller of class struggle from South Korean master Bong Joon-ho (Okja, Snowpiercer).⁠⠀
AWARDS: 267 wins & 228 nominations!⁠⠀

Tickets are available online only.⁠ NO tickets will be sold at the box office
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And to ensure the full movie experience, Sunset is offering Barrie Film Festival attendees a 15% discount on concessions!

 

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