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Terracotta Film Club in March

Terracotta Film Club presents martial arts extravaganza CHOCOLATE at the Prince Charles Cinema on Wednesday 27 March.

To mark National Women's History Month 2013 and in advance of Autism Awareness month in April, Terracotta Film Club brings CHOCOLATE: a film from the director of Ong Bak, in which a young autistic heroine learns martial arts from watching TV.

This screening follows the success of the first two editions which overviewed Hong Kong cinema with Jackie Chan’s classic Police Story and contemporary comedy Vulgaria by Pang Ho-Cheung.

Directed by Prachya Pinkaew, choreographed by stunt coordinator Panna Rittikrai and a stunning debut from JeeJa Yanin, this no-stunt-double martial arts action flick is one of the best and craziest fight films from the last decade.

For further information visit the Prince Charles Cinema website. Our review of Chocolate can be found here

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