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Cabin Fever: The Princess Bride

Sun, Feb 4 / 2 pm
FREE ADMISSION
Directed by Rob Reiner
1987, USA, 98 min

A fairytale as told to a bedridden boy. The story, adapted from William Goldman’s book, is partly a traditional fantasy, with a damsel in distress, dashing lover, evil villains, and lotsa monsters and swordfights, but also a knowing commentary on the conventions of all such tales…. kids will love it.” – Time Out

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It's a fairytale with bite. Children can see it as a bright, frothy adventure while adults will appreciate the subtlety and the sheer wit. The film mocks sword fantasies yet it also delights in them and is somehow able to trumpet the genre while simultaneously laughing at it. A rich, all-engrossing treat. -BBC
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