The Exhibit Cinema: La Haine + Dinner
Films, food and flippin' great fun at London's smallest independent cinema
The Exhibit is London's smallest independent cinema. But, for what it lacks in size, it sure as hell makes up for in heart. With an intimate atmosphere, leather sofa seating and attached bar with garden, it really does offer the perfect silver screen experience. Choose a flick from their programme of the best contemporary and classic films, kickback in a sofa, and get ready to fall in love with cinema all over again. Shot in beautiful black and white and set in the the gritty estates of Paris, La Haine provides a candid insight into the lives of the young people lost in the Parisian underclass. Featuring an intimidatingly excellent performance from a young Vincent Cassel and a cast of supporting actors, this is nothing short of a masterpiece from director Mathieu Kassovitz. "Writer-director Mathieu Kassovitz mines so much tension and pointed dialogue from a low budget and deceptively simple premise that you wonder why so much of current Hollywood's own social realism ends up shooting $50 million blanks." – USA Today Menu includes: - Truffle chicken burger - Exhibit burger - Curry goat with rice and peas - Braised oxtail and white bean stew - Roast pollock and grilled tiger prawn - Ribeye steak (£5 supplement) Certificate 15. Runtime: 2 hours 2 minutes. The Exhibit Cinema is an over 21s only cinema. Valid ID required. If you purchase a ticket with inclusive food, these items are only redeemable on the day of the screening for which you are booked and cannot be carried over to another date. Menu is subject to change. Please arrive at least an hour and a half before the film if buying the dining option. Please arrive on time as latecomers may not be admitted and will not be offered refunds. Seating in the cinema is unallocated and works on a first come first served basis. The Exhibit Cinema does not show trailers so aim to start all films at the advertised screening time.
"One of the most blisteringly effective pieces of urban cinema ever made."