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Thursday, May 24, 2007

Into Great Silence

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AS SEEN IN THE CATHOLIC WEEKLY
Into Great Silence

You are welcome join a FaithWorx excursion to see "Into Great Silence" at the Dendy in Newtown on this Sunday 27th May at 3:20pm.

Meet Brother John at Campbelltown Station at 1pm this Sunday. We will travel by train to Newtown and head up to the Dendy to get the tickets. Or if you prefer, drive to Newtown and meet us at the Dendy Cinema.

Please phone Br John on 0409 450 239 to confirm or just come along.


TRIP TO NEWTOWN
Mode Details
train icon Take the Airport And East Hills Line train (CityRail)
Dep: 1:27pm Campbelltown Station Platform 2
Arr: 2:26pm Central Station Platform 21

walk icon Walk to Central Station - 288 metres
train icon Take the Bankstown Line train (CityRail)
Dep: 2:31pm Central Station Platform 19
Arr: 2:37pm Newtown Station Platform 2



RETURN TRIP
Mode Details
train icon Take the Bankstown Line train (CityRail)
Dep: 6:10pm Newtown Station Platform 1
Arr: 6:18pm Central Station Platform 17

walk icon Walk to Central Station - 288 metres
train icon Take the Airport And East Hills Line train (CityRail)
Dep: 6:23pm Central Station Platform 23
Arr: 7:24pm Campbelltown Station Platform 3



Movie Cost:
 Adult $14.00
 Senior $8.00
 Concession/Student $10.50


Into Great Silence (G) 161 mins

Synopsis: The Grande Chartreuse, the mother house of the legendary Carthusian Order, is based in the French Alps. 'Into Great Silence' will be the first film ever about life inside the Grande Chartreuse. Silence. Repitition. Rhythm. The film is an austere, next to silent meditation on monastic life in a very pure form. No music except the chants in the monastery, no interviews, no commentaries, no extra material. Changing of time, seasons, and the ever repeated elements of the day, of the prayer. A film to become a monastery, rather than depict one. A film about awareness, absolute presence, and the life of men who devoted their lifetimes to god in the purest form.

Director:Philip Gröning

Cast:the Carthusian Order

Origin:Germany

Language:English / French / Latin

Subtitles:Yes

Distributor: Dendy Films

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