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“Writer-director Danis Tanovich explores the power of multinationals, the media and ethics in a finely crafted true-life story.”
The film dramatises the true story of a pharmaceutical salesman for Nestle in Pakistan, who took on the baby food industry with the help of IBFAN after he realised the suffering caused by pushing their products. Shown in association with the Infant Feeding Team from New Cross Hospital.

Representatives of the team will be available to talk about the issues raised before and after the 2.15 screening on Saturday 23rd

Children and babes-in-arms welcome

India, France, 2014

Language: Hindi, English, Urdu, German with English Subtitles.

CINEMA PRICES
Tickets: £8.90 Concs: £7.40 (OAP/Disabled/Unemployed)
Under 25s and students: £4.50 all screenings
Sunday offer: £7.70 adults / £6.90 concs / £4.50 u25s and students

Midweek Matinée offer applies to Tuesdays and Wednesdays: £4.50 all tickets -donation box for tea & coffee
Friends of Light House: Members receive £1 off standard screenings (please note these cannot be used on Tues/Weds matinees.) Other matinee screenings are standard cinema prices.

Meerkat Movies: Compare the Market customers can claim 2 for 1 cinema tickets on Tuesdays or Wednesdays for a year with a qualifying product.
(Not applicable with matinee offer price, however can be used on a 2 for 1 on standard price tickets. Friends receive £1 off one of the tickets)

To book online, click on your preferred time in blue, shown on the right of this screen to be taken to our booking system. Alternatively, for telephone bookings call the Box Office on 01902 716 055.

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