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Seomra Spraoi Cinema

Open meeting for cinema group at 6.30pm. Screening at 7.30pm ('Do The Right Thing').

    WhenMay, 24 2009
    from 06:30 pm to 10:00 pm

    There will be an open meeting for people to join the cinema group this

    Sunday at 6.30pm. Anyone interested in showing films or in possession

    of good films that could be shown are welcome. Looking to recruit

    members for group. (Group generally shows films on Sunday evenings and

    sometimes helps others to show films at other times during week.)


    'Do The Right Thing', Spike Lee, 7.30pm.


    "Do the Right Thing is a 1989 American ensemble film produced,

    written, and directed by Spike Lee. The film deals with issues of

    racial conflict in the multi-ethnic community of Bedford-Stuyvesant, a

    neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York, during the hottest day of the

    summer. Director Lee also stars in the film, alongside Danny Aiello,

    Ossie Davis, Ruby Dee, Richard Edson, Giancarlo Esposito, Bill Nunn,

    and John Turturro. The film is also notable in that it marks the

    feature film debuts of both Martin Lawrence and Rosie Perez.


    Upon its release, the film received mixed reviews and was met with

    much controversy, as many critics felt the film might incite riots

    from African-American viewers. Still, the film was a success at the

    box office, and received numerous accolades and awards. The film has

    grown in stature over time; in 1999, it was deemed "culturally

    significant" by the United States Library of Congress and selected for

    preservation in the National Film Registry, one of five films to do so

    in its first year of eligibility. In 2007, the American Film Institute

    listed the film as the ninety-sixth greatest American Movie in Film


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