Pillow Cinema: Steve Jobs
A cosy screening of a brilliant biopic of a tech God
It's time for a cinema revolution…and it's gonna be stuffed with feathers. Situated in the heart of East London, Pillow Cinema have transformed the stunning Tudor home Sutton House into a cosy space filled with fatboy bean bags. They’ll be screening a great range of films, so come and join them for the loveliest, comfiest, cosiest cinema experience this side of a fluffy cloud. Since being formed in the garage of a modest Californian home in the suburbs back in 1976, Apple has gone onto become one of the worlds biggest and most iconic brands. Its’ founder, Steve Jobs, went from humble beginnings to being one of the most respected entrepreneurs, inventors and marketers of the last three decades. Steve Jobs is based on the biographical book of the same name and depicts three landmark periods in the businessman’s illustrious career; 1984 for the Macintosh launch, 1988 for the unveiling of NeXT and 1998 for the iMac launch. "For all its relevance and grandeur, Steve Jobs is ridiculously entertaining. You might say, user-friendly." – Empire "Boyle's film makes technology warm-blooded, and reminds us that every machine has its ghost." – Daily Telegraph Certificate 15. Runtime: 2 hours 2 minutes. Doors open 30 minutes before film start time.
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