In Cinemas March 31

Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Shooting Dogs and The National Theatre



A chilling thriller in which no-one is quite what they seem.

1994. When a struggling American academic and his family arrive in beautiful, tiny Rwanda they find themselves out of their depth.

Jack makes enemies by investigating a mysterious and unsolved disappearance. His teenage son hits Kigali’s nightclubs and his ambitious new wife goes on a sightseeing trip that not even her Detroit childhood has prepared her for.

A gripping story of a country on the brink of genocide.

SPECIAL OFFER £5 off top two prices on 9 May (£20 £15) and £5 off top price tickets 10 – 13 May (£28).

Call 020 7452 3000 and quote ‘SHOOTING DOGS OFFER’ when booking. South Bank, London, SE1 9PX


At 8:38 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh Shooting Dogs. This is a sad movie for people to see. With in a heart that has surived there is a bit of happy ness in your story being told. but in the soul of your dead loved ones living in some one else there is still pain and little compensation for the soul or host. now that you are safe and free you can say "Thats crazy!" but its true and if you think about it isn't that how the whole thing got started? People not beliving. But prayer for the sins of your self and you bad man brother can always help and be heard. Africa has a long way to go in real healing of all the sad events in most recent history. You feel better, but how many countless others dont have your problem but still are sad and hopeless in their life? Should we just because you are now happy say "Oh well thats their problem?"
Only Africans know Africans.
Be careful!!!!


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