Burn After Reading

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Burn After Reading (MA - Infrequent strong violence, Coarse language)

Director: Joel Coen, Ethan Coen
Cast: George Clooney, Frances McDormand

Winning formula: Coen brothers and an all star cast Monica Tan, MovieFix

Burn After Reading, is a new comedy thriller from Academy Award winners, Joel Coen and Ethan Coen (No Country for Old Men, Fargo, The Big Lebowski). At the headquarters of the Central Intelligence Agency in Arlington, Virginia, analyst Osborne Cox (John Malkovich) arrives for a top-secret meeting. Unfortunately for Cox, the secret is soon out: he is being ousted. Cox does not take the news particularly well and returns to his Georgetown home to work on his memoirs and his drinking, not necessarily in that order. His wife Katie (Tilda Swinton) is dismayed, though not particularly surprised; she is already well into an illicit affair with Harry Pfarrer (George Clooney), a married federal marshal, and sets about making plans to leave Cox for Harry.

Elsewhere in the Washington, D.C. suburbs, and seemingly worlds apart, Hardbodies Fitness Centers employee Linda Litzke (Frances McDormand) can barely concentrate on her work. She is consumed with her life plan for extensive cosmetic surgery, and confides her mission to can-do colleague Chad Feldheimer (Brad Pitt). Linda is all but oblivious to the fact that the gym's manager Ted Treffon (Richard Jenkins) pines for her even as she arranges dates via the Internet with other men. When a computer disc containing material for the CIA analyst's memoirs accidentally falls into the hands of Linda and Chad, the duo are intent on exploiting their find. As Ted frets, "No good can come of this," events spiral out of everyone's and anyone's control, in a cascading series of darkly hilarious encounters.

Title: Burn After Reading
Rating: (MA - Infrequent strong violence, Coarse language) 1hr 40m
Country: USA
When: Friday 6th February 4.30pm; Sat 7th 6.45pm; Sun 8th 4.30pm
Cost: Adults $12.00; Concessions $9.00; Member/Child $8.50

2009 Film Club Memberships - available now

Membership entitlements include:

*Discounted tickets to every movie -- adult tickets are normally $12, however when you show your membership card, you receive your ticket for $8.50

*2 free movie tickets -- these tickets can be used by you or you are welcome to invite a friend to use these free tickets at any session over the year, however they cannot be used on the first Sunday of each month which is Film Club Night

*Monthly newsletter -- posted to members at the end of each month which lists the movies and screening dates for the upcoming movies. The newsletter also has movie reviews and any information relevant for Film Club members

*Invitation to Film Club Nights -- on the first Sunday of each month we hold a special function for Film Club members which include a screening of an art-house movie and a catered get-together where you are offered a complimentary glass of wine. Additional glasses can be purchased at just $4.50 per glass, alternatively the bar is open for beer and other alcoholic beverages.

* Invitation to Film Discussion Groups - in-formal, fun discussions with like-minded movie goers

Phone us now to join - 5475 7777 (business hours) - or bring your membership form and payment along with you to the February Film Club Function

Yearly Subscription: $38 (Year: March 08 - March 09)
**** ADDED BONUS: Start using your 2009 membership from 1 February 2009

Visit the website: http://www.mve.org.au/cinema/film_club.html

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