They Shall Not Grow Old - Thursday 25 April - 18:30pm
This Thoughtful Thursday is Anzac Day 2019 and we're proud to be screening the multi-award winning Peter Jackson documentary, They Shall Not Grow Old. It will be screened on our 6 metre screen with surround sound, so as the film itself says, the people in WW1 did not live their lives in black and white silence.
Clearly the horrific nature of a world war is something that requires the film to be classified as Restricted to persons aged 16 years and over. This film is RP16 so younger viewers must be accompanied by a responsible adult guardian or parent. Call us for more info.
2018 | DIR Peter Jackson | RP16 Graphic content may disturb | 1hr 38mins | $10
Note screenings can, and do, sell out. So please reserve seats so you don't miss your chance to see this film with a Thoughtful Thursday audience. It is free to reserve seats, and of course we would then love you to arrive on the night and pay for them, we also understand that life sometimes happens and you cannot make it. In this case there is no charge, but we will release your reservations at 6:25pm, or earlier if you let us know.
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Why we are showing this film
Classification for NZ audiences
As an RP16 classification this film is can be viewed by a person aged under 16 BUT ONLY if they’re accompanied by a parent or guardian. This is due to the graphic violence it depicts. No unsupervised people aged under 16 will be permitted sorry. All supervisors must be 18 years or older. For more information see https://www.classificationoffice.govt.nz/blog/what-does-rp-mean/