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SNAP! film night - Sunday Nov 14, 7pm

SNAP! film night - Sunday Nov 14, 7pm - PASS IT ON


This is bigger than anything that ever happened to us. Don't do it for me, do it for the paper."

Class Struggle Anarchists present A SNAP! Fundraiser

With Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell in Howard Hawkes' classic screwball comedy "His Girl Friday"

"A good examination of the corporate media with three times the dialogue for your money" Sam Buchanan

7pm, Sunday November 14th on the biggish screen at 128 Abel Smith Street

For more information and excerpts of dialogue (so you can chant along with the movie) go to: http://www.filmsite.org/hisg.html

-- "When you make politics into a lifeless thing, a joyless thing, a dreadful responsibility, it becomes just another weight upon people, rather than a means to lift weight from people." - 'Days of war, Nights of Love' - Nadia C.

ENDS


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