MR FLICKS

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NOW AND THEN

7.30PM, 9GEM PG. 1995. Child­hood friends rem­i­nisce about the sum­mer of 1970, when they first dis­cov­ered boys, their bod­ies and be­ing young women. Stars Rosie O’Don­nell, Demi Moore and Me­lanie Grif­fith. A lovely nos­tal­gic flick that you can eas­ily watch over and over.

CAFE DU PONT

12.25AM, SBS M. 2010. A French com­edy based on the un­com­mon boy­hood of mu­si­ciansinger-poet-hu­morist Pierre Per­rot, who lived un­der Ger­man oc­cu­pa­tion dur­ing World War II and learnt from philoso­phers at his par­ent’s cafe. A sweet but slightly dull movie.

THE IN­DIAN IN THE CUP­BOARD

1PM, NINE PG. 1995. A boy re­ceives an old cup­board from his brother and a lit­tle In­dian fig­urine made of plas­tic from his best friend for his ninth birth­day. Th­ese two unas­sum­ing items turn out to be much more mag­i­cal than any­one would have ex­pected though. A nice one for the kids.

Demi Moore.

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