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This Fri­day at 7pm Moon­rise Cin­ema will be fea­tur­ing the crit­i­cally ac­claimed and award-win­ning film Lion.

Adapted from the in­cred­i­ble true story A Long Way Home by Sa­roo Bri­er­ley, the film fea­tures five-year-old Sa­roo as he gets lost on a train that takes him thou­sands of kilo­me­tres across In­dia, away from home and fam­ily. Sa­roo must learn to sur­vive alone in Kolkata, be­fore ul­ti­mately be­ing adopted by an Aus­tralian cou­ple.

Twenty-five years later, armed with only a hand­ful of me­mories, his un­wa­ver­ing de­ter­mi­na­tion, and a rev­o­lu­tion­ary tech­nol­ogy known as Google Earth, he sets out to find his lost fam­ily and fi­nally re­turn to his first home.

Moon­rise Cin­ema sold out of the newly re­leased se­quel Fifty Shades Darker in record time, so it will be screen­ing again on Fri­day, March 24, at 7pm.

We pick up where we left off with a wounded Chris­tian try­ing to en­tice a cau­tious Anas­ta­sia back into his life. She de­mands a new ar­range­ment be­fore she will give him an­other chance.

As the two be­gin to build trust and find sta­bil­ity, shad­owy fig­ures from Chris­tian’s past start to cir­cle the cou­ple, de­ter­mined to de­stroy their hopes for a fu­ture to­gether.

Get tick­ets at www.moon­risecin­

The cin­ema is at the TAFE cam­pus off Dampier High­way and is brought to you by the City of Kar­ratha, Wood­side Pluto LNG and Rio Tinto. To stay up to date with pro­gram­ming fol­low Moon­rise Cin­ema on Facebook.

Picture: Trans­mis­sion Films Pty Ltd

Lion is adapted from the true story by Sa­roo Bri­er­ley.

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