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Bingo: The Kings of The Mornings
Until Thursday 21 December 2017
All orders will be subject to a fee of £1.50 except if your tickets are free or if you are a member
about the film
Brazil's 2018 Oscar and BAFTA submission is Bingo: The King of the Mornings, the directorial debut of Daniel Rezende, who edited City of God and The Motorcycle Diaries.
The story told is of Augusto (Vladimir Brichta), an actor hungry for a place in the spotlight. While starring in soft porn and soap operas, he finally gets his chance when he is cast as “BINGO”, a television host clown.
With his irreverent humour and natural talent, the show is a big hit, but a clause on his contract forbids him to reveal his true identity. Augusto becomes an anonymous celebrity. With makeup on, he brings happiness to children across the country but not to his own son Gabriel, that sees his father distancing himself in search of recognition.
Filled with irony and humour, this film tells the incredible and surreal story of a man that finds his own personal decay whilst looking for his artistic value.
Things you need to know:
If you choose an e-ticket when booking, the barcode on your smart phone is a ticket. Don't queue at Ground Floor Box Office, just follow the red line on the floor all the way to the cinema!
- If you don't have a smartphone, collect your ticket at Box Office or print your e-ticket and bring it with you
- There will be minimum of 15 minutes of trailers before the film begins
Mondays mean £6 single tickets or 2 for £10. Select Rich Mix Six when booking online and the discount is applied once you've logged in
Monday and Tuesday mean film for £5 for Tower Hamlets residents or Tower Hamlets employees. Simply show an Idea Store or Tower Hamlets library card when booking. Not available online
Tuesdays and Wednesdays mean 2 for 1 tickets with Meerkat Movies. It's really easy to get a code, see comparethemarket.com for details
This event is wheelchair accessible.