Beat the May election blues with a screening of Alexander Payne's ELECTION, part of MUBI's "Another Brick in the Wall" season

A series of films curated by online film site MUBI that focuses on youth in revolt kicks off on May 5th, starting with Andrew Payne's excellent, pitch black comedy Election. Just in time for what promises to be a very uncertain Uk election.

Details from MUBI below:

YOUTH AND REVOLT ON FILM 

Hello London Friends, 

To celebrate (or commiserate?) the upcoming general election we’re hosting a series of screenings titled ‘Another Brick in the Wall’ all about youth and revolt at the wonderful members club Second Home

We kick things off on 5th May at 7.30pm with Alexander Payne’s caustic ELECTION starring a very young Reese Witherspoon. 

Come, grab a beer and let’s take this thing offline! 

Tickets: £7 in advance, or free for MUBI members using this promo code: ‘anotherbrickinthewall’
Day: Tuesday 5th May
Time: 7.30pm 
Location: Second Home, 68-80 Hanbury Street, London, E1 7JL Open in Google Maps


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