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Screening of five of the most controversial films of the 20th century. They hurt, they provoke, they make you angry, they are not to everybody's taste. However, they all have artistic merit.

Dates:

Thursday, 17th May: "Peeping Tom" 7-9 PM

Friday, 18th May: "Deliverance" 7-9 PM

Saturday, 19th May: "Triumph of the Will" 5-7 PM

"Salo" 7-9 PM

Sunday, 20th May : "Happiness" 6-8 PM

The Biscuit Factory, F-Block ,100 Clements Rd

London SE16 4DG

(Corner of Clements Rd and Webster Rd)

Ticket Price: £5.50, limited to 30 seats per screening. Bring your Paypal reciept to collect your tickets at the door.

Fine Line Cinema

A ground-breaking film

starring Jon Voight and Burt Reynolds. Beautifully photographed and

shot entirely on location. Ostensibly the film is about a group of city- dwellers canoeing down a treacherous river. However, it’s much more than that. It sparked off the environmental debate about the inability of the inarticulate angry ‘locals’ to protect the countryside from the city ‘invaders’. Watch out for the famous Duelling Banjos, and the infamous male-rape scene.

Deliverance, 1972

John Boorman,

110 min.