The FeckenOdeon Cinema Society PHILOMENA
November 29th

Directed by Billy Wilder, written by Raymond Chandler “Double Indemnity” is regarded as the high-water mark of 1940s film noir. A greedy, weak man is seduced and trapped by a cold, evil woman. Barbara Stanwyck talks insurance agent  Fred MacMurray into murdering her husband in order to collect his insurance money. Edward G. Robinson smells a rat. Better check your policies!

                                                                                         (USA - 1944)


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The FeckenOdeon Cinemas - Community Cinema at its best.

Two comfortable auditoria in two completely different styles.

FeckenOdeon 1 - red plush luxury with lavish presentation and uniformed usherettes

FeckenOdeon 2 - a small and cosy contemporary cinema

Both have state of the art HD digital projection and surround sound.

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