You’re not going to tell me I have too much experience, are you?City Point Plaza, nestled within the heart of the city, hosts screenings to celebrate the area. Sponsored by Brookfield Property Partners the plaza hosts a screen showing Queens Tennis in the day for free, along with the opportunity to purchase street food from the Brockley Market Team.
A throwback to light '50s romantic comedies of mistaken identities and double lives, with some obvious '80s edges (the avarice of big business and mutual marital infidelity). Foster, a heartland boy with a brand-new business degree and big-city dreams, goes to New York to prove himself, but finds a promised job eliminated by a corporate takeover. After a futile job search, Foster invokes his last option, calling on his decidedly distant Uncle Howard, who happens to head a multinational conglomerate. Savvier than the average mail sorter, he moves into an empty office, orders up supplies and a secretary and starts making risky executive decisions.
All tickets include a seat and Wi-Fi headphones that will be distributed at the screening Box Office. This will be shown on an LED screen as this film is part of a series of screenings in the plaza throughout the day and night.
Film Starts 7:30pm
We are unable to offer refunds for this event.