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Rabbit Hole - Free Screening
Rabbit Hole - Free Screening

Rabbit Hole - Free Screening

Rabbit Hole

Extra members can attend a preview screening of Rabbit Hole on Tuesday 1 February at the Empire Cinema, Leicester Square.

To apply for a pair of tickets, simply email your name and how many tickets you'd like (max 2) to:
[email protected]metrodomegroup.com

Terms and Conditions
Admittance will only be available to those over 12 years of age. Proof of ID may be required. Tickets are subject to availability and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Each user/reader may claim up to two tickets to see Rabbit Hole at the participating cinema.
To obtain your tickets please send an email with a) your name and b) how many tickets you'd like (one or two) to [email protected]metrodomegroup.com.
Readers who successfully book tickets will receive an email with up to two tickets to print off. Readers must present printed email tickets and have ID available, if required.
The tickets are not for resale. No cash alternative. No late admittance. The cinema reserves the right to refuse admission.
In the event of a dispute, the cinema manager's decision is final.
Screening organized by Metrodome Distribution. All rights reserved.

guardian.co.uk/ext…_fd


thanks to elski from FMUK and geordie_ben on mse

10 Comments

Weird film!!

Awful film

thanks for post.

Hi, you have a wrong picture for this movie on the right it's the Nicole Kidman one not the 'Down the Rabbit Hole' (What the Bleep Do We Know) one.

Very sad film , saw it last night via the Times + promo; would not recommend if you are after a fun night out

heavy film, not for everyone but i thought it was well done.

my other half has banned me from seeing this movie as its about child loss and we lost our princess in feb. it looks beyond sad and we seen previews for it when we went to see black swan and it made me cry from that. so would put a warning on it.

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DavidHN

Hi, you have a wrong picture for this movie on the right it's the … Hi, you have a wrong picture for this movie on the right it's the Nicole Kidman one not the 'Down the Rabbit Hole' (What the Bleep Do We Know) one.



sorry - i am dopey - just goggled it oO Can't seem to change the picture

What a terrible film. Dont waste your time.

i think people should be free to make their own minds up. it is a serious film showing how a couple attempt to deal with the loss of their child. if you didnt enjoy it fair enough but like any art its a subjective experience and people should be free to decide for themselves.
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