The Foreign Film Group – ‘Living is Easy with Eyes Closed’ (Spain, 2018)

About the film
Living is Easy with Eyes closed is an easygoing seriocomic flashback starring Javier Camara as a Beatles-obsessed schoolteacher who pursues a chance to actually meet John Lennon in 1966 Spain. Purportedly inspired by a true story, David Trueba’s latest feature nonetheless throws most of its narrative weight behind a conventional if appealing fiction about its protagonist’s rural road trip with a gaggle of misfits, including two runaway youths (Source: Variety Media).

Have you been to a film night at the Ashburton Community Centre?
Doors open at 7pm, the film begins at 7.30pm. The film is shown in the Copland Room followed by a discussion with light refreshments. Cost is only $10. You must be a member of our Centre to attend, annual Membership to the Centre is $10.

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4 Jul 2018
Doors open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start

$10 (plus $10 annual membership fee)