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King’s Lynn Community Cinema Club is holding a screening of Past Lives at St George’s Guildhall





A cinema will reach the mid-point of its winter season with a screening to start the new month.

Lynn’s Community Cinema Club will be showing its eighth film of the winter season on Thursday, February 8 when they screen the Korean American romantic drama ‘Past Lives’.

Beginning in Korea, Na Young and Hae Sung are schoolmates and close friends.

A screening of Past Lives is being shown next week
A screening of Past Lives is being shown next week

They often walk back home together after school until Na Young’s family emigrates to Canada and then to New York.

Hae Sung continues living in Korea and becomes an engineer. Both keep in touch periodically through video chats.

Meanwhile in New York, Na has changed her name to Nora, made a name as a playwright, and is married to fellow writer Arthur.

Hae is keen to meet Nora and visits her in New York where he spends some time with her hoping to rekindle their childhood relationship.

As always, the film will be shown at St George’s Guildhall, starting at 7.30pm.

For anyone wishing to join KLCCC for the remaining four films of the current season, membership will be available for just £10.

This gives free entry to each screening.

This can be paid in cash on the door at the night of the film or BACs payments for membership can be arranged by simply emailing communitycinemaclub@googlemail.com

Anyone over 18 is welcome to become a member.

Alternatively, you can simply go along to any individual film as a day member for £5.

Only cash payments can be made at the door.

Full details of all the club’s films and events can be found on the club's website and Facebook page.



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