Screening: License to Kill Film Series, Apr. 18 2015 @ the Pool House – Kyuna

April 15, 2015 at 5:23 pm Leave a comment

You are cordially invited to the April film screening of LICENSE TO KILL FILM SERIES, with the Romanian cynical comedy “THE DEATH OF MR. LAZARESCU” this Saturday, April 18th 2015, starting at 8 pm, followed by an After-Party with DJ duo The Vinegar Strokes. This is all taking place at THE POOL HOUSE GARDEN IN KYUNA. (see directions below).

A cynical comedy about a 63 year-old lonely alcoholic who is driven from hospital to hospital in the middle of the night to treat his apparent nausea when it is actually something else. This Romanian masterpiece by director Cristi Puiu won 25 international awards including Un Certain Regard at Cannes in 2005.

Directions: From Sarit Center, go up Lower Kabete road through Kyuna until you get to a yellow barrier (there will be a Kindergarten on your left). Go though the barrier and over 4 bumps, you will arrive at a T-junction, take a left and another left into Kibagare Way (you will see signs for Mexican Embassy & Zimbabwe High Commission), count 8 gates on the right hand side & you’re there.

Please feel free to bring Kikoys, blankets and/or pillow to sit on. Food and drinks will be on sale by Aqueous and Wok U like. Tickets are 500 Khs in advance and 700 Khs at the door. To RSVP, please email:, or text 0716 164 656 with your name and number of tickets.

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