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Two Australian movies on the big screen
The Redlands Performing Arts Centre continues its annual Australian Film Series, albeit somewhat curtailed, with the showing of Dead Calm and Lantana on Saturday, 31st of October.

Dead Calm] was released in 1989 and features a 20-year-old Nicole Kidman, and a young Sam Neil and even younger Billy Zane. A psychological thriller-horror film has 'Our Nic' attempting to outwit a homicidal maniac in a confined space - on a yacht. There will be two showings on the day: non-captioned at 11 am and captioned at 2 pm

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Lantana is set in suburban Sydney and its name is derived from a weed prevalent in the Sydney area. Released in 2001 and starring Anthony LaPaglia, Geoffrey Rush, Rachael Blake and Kerry Armstrong, the movie begins with a murder and ends in drama. There will be two showings on the day: non-captioned at 6.30 pm and captioned at 4 pm.

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Single Film: $8
Two films (same day): $14
Not available online. Please book via the RPAC Box Office.
Parental guidance is recommended to determine the suitability of each film for your child
Booking Information:
You can book your tickets:
in person at RPAC Box Office, 2-16 Middle Street, Cleveland
by phone - 3829 8131 (a $4.50 booking fee per transaction applies).

If you require mobility assistance, please contact the Redland Performing Arts Centre so that we can accommodate your needs. RPAC is located at 2/16 Middle Street, Cleveland and is only minutes walk away from both train and bus transport. On-site parking is plentiful and FREE. Cleveland has a strong cafe culture and has several hotels that also provide refreshments.

I know that streaming is all the go these days but nothing quite beats a good movie on the big screen does it?
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Phone: 3829 8131
Where: RPAC 2/16 Middle Street, Cleveland
Cost: $8 for 1 movie $14 for 2 movies
Your Comment
Its been such a long time since I went to the movies and those two are goodies.
by Susan J Bowes (score: 3|1803) 58 days ago
Good value for 2 Aussie classics
by May Cross (score: 3|7416) 56 days ago
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