Free Pair Of Tickets to "Born & Bred" LONDON ONLY (Waterloo) - HotUKDeals
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When:
11:00 on Sat Aug 18 2007

Where:
BFI Southbank,
Belvedere Road,
Waterloo, London,
SE1 8XT

Born & Bred tells the story of Santiago (Guillermo Pfening), a successful interior designer, husband to Milli (Martina Gusman) and loving father to daughter, Josefina (Victoria Vescio). His veneer of urban contentment is torn away when a violent tragedy rips his precious family apart. Re-appearing at a desolate airport, in the frozen landscapes of Patagonia, and changed beyond recognition, he numbs his pain through tedious vocation. Tormented by the ghosts of an unalterable past, Santiago must re-engage with the present to remain one step ahead of insanity.

Edit:
Sorry forgot to mention that each ticket admits two people; you also have to sign up to the website.

Hope you all get some tickets! :)
- Scar
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#1
thanks! time out screenings return ;)
#2
Born & Bred - SOLD OUT

We are sorry, all seats for this week's screening have been snapped up.

Our Opening Nights screenings are very popular and unfortunately we can't always give tickets to everyone that requests one, keep checking our magazine, website and newsletter for information on future screenings.

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Hope fellow HDUK members managed to get tickets when the offer was around!
#3
this may be a really stupid question, but here goes anyway.. is it 11 am or pm? it doesn't say on the ticket...
#4
oh i just assumed 11 am. preview screenings seem to be at 6-630pm (unpopular times) or ... 10.30-11am on a sunday! tried bfi site and still no clue.
#5
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