Five strangers with nothing in common, except each other
How many ways are there to see a movie? Well, when you add movie magicians The Nomad Cinema into the conversation, the possibilities are endless. Nomad Cinema have no fixed home: they journey from venue to venue, always finding fresh pastures to screen cult classics and old favourites. For this one, get ready for the definitive '80s teen movie, The Breakfast Club. Written and directed by John Hughes and starring a 23-year-old Emilio Estevez, The Breakfast Club follows a brain, an athlete, a basket case, a princess and a criminal as they put aside their differences to make a weekend detention bearable. Don’t worry, all the stereotypes are represented so no one feels left out. Hailing from 1985, this film is now celebrating its 30-year anniversary; so why not celebrate with The Nomad Cinema. "Hughes has made funnier (Ferris Bueller) and better (Pretty In Pink), but this is the only one you could get away with calling iconic. Good and bad, it's still the definitive '80s teen movie." – Empire "Eminently watchable and consistently entertaining...It has a candour that is unexpected and refreshing in a sea of too-often generic teen-themed films." – ReelViews Certificate: 15. Runtime: 1 hour 34 minutes.
"A touchstone of '80s pop culture."