17 November, 2015 – 17 November, 2015
109 St Paul’s Road
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17th November 7pm £10/7
Meis is sixteen, lives in the back of beyond and aspires to a grand and stirring life, but all that happens is the passing of the time, waiting for the next car to run into the front of the house.
She dreams of a young car driver called “Brad” whom she would like to take care of and maybe have sex with. Dad is waiting for the next driver to bring some heroism to his life again. Mom is waiting for the same moment, so they can permanently move to the city. Ever since dad was the first person that ran into the house, grandma cannot stop shaking. The shaking seems to worsen lately. Meis hopes this is a sign that something is bound to happen.
The whole family is waiting in the bisected room, of which three metres plus a thirty-centimetre safety margin have been declared unfit for habitation by grandpa after the last collision. Grandpa himself fell from the half-completed bridge years ago and drowned. They all wait for the next driver to crash their house.
During one of Meis’ forbidden, dangerous nocturnal visits to the half bridge, deliverance finally arrives. Part of a trunk sticks out from the cloud of dust blowing from the house front. In the car, the solution incarnate lies, all crumpled up. He is about 19 years old and his name could very well be Brad.
Supernova has played at various festivals including Berlin, Chicago and Durban. This is the London premiere of the film.
Short “Of Her I Dream” will play before Supernova.
Of Her I Dream
by Kat Gellin
A beautiful and stirring film about a young woman who returns to her native village in Norway where her mother is dying of cancer. Of Her I Dream premiered at Aesthetica and we are delighted to bring it to London for it’s first screening here. Kat joins us to introduce the film.
Tickets booked online must be collected 15mins before showtime. Cash tickets are available for 30 mins at the box office.
Over 18’s only, limited access for people with disabilities, no admittance for latecomers.
Hen & Chickens Theatre
109 St Paul’s Road
London N1 2NA