Reel Equality Film Club presents A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night (15)
Monday 31st October | 6pm | Savoy Cinema
+ Persian food and Halloween Party @ 8pm
A lonesome skateboarding vampire stalks her prey through a monochrome underworld in this brilliantly original film, the ‘first Iranian vampire western.’
Gorgeously shot in black and white, A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night is the coolest kind of spooky: you can’t fail to be seduced by its dark and moody style, pulsating soundtrack and offbeat love story. Absolutely unmissable.
‘[A] beguiling, cryptic and often surprisingly funny look at personal desire that creeps up on you with the nimble powers of its supernatural focus’ Indiewire
Exhilarating vampire girl power...a bloody triumph’ ★★★★★Mark Kermode for The Guardian
Join us after the film for a spooky-themed Persian vegetarian feast and Halloween party courtesy of chefs from Lenton’s hidden gem, the Crocus Cafe. Bargain combo film + feast tickets available!
Dress code: gothic / film noir (All Black Everything).
Reel Equality members receive an exclusive discount for this screening. Check your email inbox for details!
Reel Equality is brought to you by Equation, a Nottingham charity working against domestic abuse.
Content note for viewers
This is a horror film and contains several strong scenes of violence. It includes some brief scenes of violence against women, but this violence is not graphic or gory.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
The 34, 35 or 36 buses and Trent Barton's i4 and indigo buses stop on Derby Road right outside the Savoy Cinema.
On-street parking is available on Lenton Boulevard, just round the corner from Savoy Cinema.
Where is the Persian feast and Halloween party after the film?
Our after-event is round the corner from the cinema at the Thomas Helwys Baptist Church, Church St, Nottingham NG7 1SJ.