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Paramount 20-26 october

Paramount 20-26 october

25 Courtenay Place, Po Box 6232 Wellington. Ph 384 4080. Fax 384 4408.

PROGRAMME 20th October-26th October


The Cruelest Day: 4.00pm
After Midnight & Lecture: 6.00pm
Good Morning Night: 8.40pm

Not Me 4.00pm Kiss me First 6.15pm
The Cruelest Day 8.30pm

Break Free 1.30pm The Cruelest Day 4.00pm
Good Morning Night 6.15pm After Midnight 8.30pm

The Soul’s Haven 1.30pm Kiss Me First 4.00pm
After Midnight 6.15pm My Brother-In-Law 8.30pm

My Brother-In-Law 1.45pm Good Morning Night 4.00pm
Not Me 6.15pm Round Trip 8.30pm

The Soul’s Haven 4.00pm Round Trip 6.15pm
Break Free 8.30pm

The Consequence of Love 3.00pm Answer Me 5.00pm
My Brother-In-Law 7.00pm Forever 9.00pm

DARK WATER (M) 127 minutes
Daily: 2.05pm, 4.15pm, 8.20pm

DIG! (R16) 112 minutes
Daily: 4.10pm, 8.15pm

YOUNG ADAM (R18) 98 minutes
Daily: 2.10pm, 6.15pm

Daily: 6.30pm

Thurs, Fri & Tues: 2.00pm


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