Article Title:Out Takes guide: Monday - Thursday
Category:Movies
Author or Credit:Out Takes
Published on:31st May 2010 - 03:08 pm
Published by:GayNZ.com
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Story ID:8871
Text:Hereis the daily film schedule for the final three days of Out Takes in Auckland and opening night in Wellington: Monday May 31 6:30pm - Eyes Wide Open Hugely controversial on its release in Israel, this is a gay love story set in the heart of Jerusalem's ultra-Orthodox Jewish community. Little Ashes 8:30pm - Little Ashes Twilight's Robert Pattinson plays young art student Salvador Dalí, in love with poet Federico García Lorca. 8:40pm - Edie years after the The Naked Civil Servant, John Hurt reprises the role of Quentin Crisp. Out Takes - 31st May 2010    
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