Date: Thursday, 28th February 2019
Time: 6:30 pm
Shubhashish Bhutiani India 2016 102 mins PG comedy drama
When a nightmare convinces seventysomething Dayanand Kumar (Lalit Behl) he is about to die, his accountant son Rajiv (Adil Hussain) shelves his problems at home and work to join him on a trip to the holy Hindu city of Varanasi. The tranquil atmosphere soon has a restorative effect. And there’s nothing maudlin about Dayanand’s odyssey, as he discovers life beside the Ganges to be very much to his liking, especially after he hooks up with a sprightly widow (played by his real-life wife, Navnindra Behl).
A leisurely, wise and ultimately affecting meditation on the benefits of letting go.
Occasional Cinema is a film society run by volunteers. Films are shown at Blue Sky Cafe, Bangor on the fourth Thursday of the month and unless stated otherwise start sometime after 7.30pm. We do not generally show films during the summer.
Membership is available on the door for a cost of £5; the first film is free; after this entrance for the film is £3.00.
At Blue Sky food is usually available from 6.30pm and a sophisticated clientele enjoy the wholesome food, reasonable price (£10.50 for two courses) and excellent atmosphere. Please make reservations for any meals at Blue Sky by telephone at least 24hours in advance 01248 355444. You can’t book a seat for the film only, which is on a first come first served basis. If you want to guarantee a seat you must book a meal.
Menu Lamb Dhansak or Pea and Quorn kofta Served with Basmati rice, popodums and homemade chutney. Dessert Cardamom and Saffron pears and ice cream