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  • Cry Freedom

    Mon. 03 October 2011 | 8:30 - 11:15 PM

    Starring:
    Kevin Kline, Denzel Washington
    Release date:
    1987
    Director:
    Richard Attenborough
    Running time:
    151 minutes
    Certificate:
    PG

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    Director Richard Attenborough’s multi-award-winning dramatisation of journalist Donald Woods (Kline)’s dramatic escape from South Africa following his investigation into the mysterious death of Steve Biko. Biko (an Oscar-winning Washington) was one of the most important anti-apartheid activists during the 1970s until his death in a Pretoria jail cell in 1977. Featuring a compelling account of their initial meeting and eventual friendship, Cry Freedom is both a riveting political thriller and a powerful human story of sacrifice and conviction in the face of oppression. Shown in conjunction with Amnesty International.

    Location:
    Norwich: Cinema City, St Andrew’s Street, NR2 4AD
    Admission:
    £8.50 adult, £6.50 members & concessions, £4.50 concessionary members, £5 child, £24 family of four
    Telephone:
    0871 902 5725
    Accessibility:
    Level access to all areas.
    Organizer(s):
    Amnesty International Norwich, Cinema City

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