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JOONDALUP PINES 15–21 March, 7.30pm

 

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Tickets purchased in advance are not date-stamped and may be used on any one night to any film at either Somerville or Joondalup Pines.



Price

Standard 12 Ticket Pack $155.40
Friends 12 Ticket Pack $144.96
6 Ticket Pack $79.50
Lotto Players 6 Ticket Pack $76.50
Standard $15
Friends $13
Concession $13
Full-time Students $11

 

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THE TOPP TWINS: UNTOUCHABLE GIRLS

JOONDALUP EXCLUSIVE

Director: Leanne Pooley • 88min • PG

The Topp Twins are New Zealand's most cherished and charmingly irrepressible duo and the world's only yodelling lesbian country-and-western-singing twins. They are also their country's greatest export since rack of lamb and The Lord of the Rings.

This warm-hearted, no-frills and totally Kiwi tribute to a totally Kiwi legend spans 50 years, starting with the twins' humble upbringing on a small dairy farm and leading to their internationally acclaimed present-day tours. Featuring everyone from the sisters, their parents, partners, colleagues and friends, and with a mixture of music and old footage, it's guaranteed to have you clapping throughout. In 2009 the documentary was New Zealand's top grossing film.

PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARD FOR BEST DOCUMENTARY, TORONTO FILM FESTIVAL 2009

AUDIENCE AWARD, MOST POPULAR FILM, MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2009

BEST FEATURE FILM (UNDER A ONE MILLION DOLLAR BUDGET), QANTAS NEW ZEALAND FILM AND TV AWARDS 2009