Welcome to 'Screen On The Green' Tewin.  In the Village Hall. Showing

'Closely Watch Trains' 15th April 2019

Tickets, as always, are priced at £4 which includes a cup of tea or coffee and biscuits which we think you will agree is very good value for money.  doors open at 7pm for a 7.45 start. 

Tickets available from Tewin Stores or at the door on the night. 

Many of our guests look forward to film nights as an opportunity not only to watch a film that they may not have seen before but to catch up with friends and neighbours in a pleasant friendly environment. They sit at candlelit tables on comfortable chairs and enjoy their own drinks and snacks or we have ice cream, chocolate and soft drinks to buy as well.

 Storyline

 Closely Watched Trains is my favorite movie ever. It is 90 minutes of cinematic perfection: funny, sad, exquisitely shot, beautiful to look at (watch it twice, so that the second time around you can focus on Menzel's genius in composing his shots), and insightful--profound, even. Its structure will make any film student drool with envy. The acting is flawless, particularly the performance by Josef Somr as train-dispatcher Hubicka. Please resist any impulse to see it as a "political" film--it is nothing of the sort. It's just a beautiful work of art. Note: Closely Watched Trains won the Oscar for Best Foreign Film in 1967.