A dark tale investigating a murder set in Turkey and a tale of a French romance is on the menu at Queens Park Theatre Club's next film night.
Once upon a Time in Anatolia and The Well-Digger Daughter will be screening from 5.30pm on June 23.
Turkish director Nuri Bilge Ceylan takes an interesting look into a murder investigation.
Once upon a Time in Anatolia is filled with oblique references and clues.
It looks at the gap between the citizens of urban Turkey and the people who live in desolate, run down part of Anatolia.
The Well-Digger Daughter set on the cusp of the Second World War in France tells the tale of an 18-year-old Patricia Auteuil who meets a young man, Jacques Mazel.
Patricia is the daughter of well-digged father Daniel. She falls madly in love with Jacques.
He is called away to war just as Patricia finds herself pregnant. The film explores the relationships between class divisions in France.
The Queens Park Theatre Club pizza, wine and film night will screen both films. Presale tickets will be sold until 5pm on June 22 for $25. Other bookings are $30.
Pizza and wine, soup, bread, tea, coffee and cookies will be included in the cost of the ticket.Go to www.queensparktheatre.com.au to make a booking or call 9956 6662 for information.
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