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Fahrenheit 451, Monday 25 February 2019, 7.00pm
The Putney Society presents
After more than 50 years, was he right?
Fahrenheit 451 is the temperature at which paper auto-ignites. The 1963 book by American author, Ray Bradbury, imagines a future where people are forbidden to read, firemen don’t put out fires but start them and wall-to-wall TV is more real than reality to some. Ray Bradbury examined what this means for society. The French Director François Truffaut made it into a powerful film.
Come to see this special screening (12 rating) held by
The Putney Society with the generous support of Ibstock Place School
7.00pm, Monday 25 February 2019 - doors open 6.45pm
Latecomers may not be admitted
IBSTOCK PLACE SCHOOL
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