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20th February 2013 10:00:00
Posted by Anthony Nield

Vulgaria at the Terracotta Film Club in February

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'Terracotta Film Club’ presents Pang Ho-Cheung’s VULGARIA at the Prince Charles Cinema on Wednesday February 27th

Terracotta Distribution launched in January 2013 the “Terracotta Film Club”, a monthly film residency at the legendary, cult Prince Charles Cinema in London. Following the sell-out screening of Jackie Chan’s POLICE STORY last month, this month “Terracotta Film Club” will be showing Pang Ho-Cheung’s VULGARIA.

Pang Ho-Cheung (Dream Home, You Shoot I Shoot, AV) is the bad boy and one of the masters of contemporary Hong Kong cinema. VULGARIA is a comedy centred on a veteran film producer with major financial and family troubles who is lured into remaking a classic adult movie for the leader of a triad gang. It is both a witty satire of the film industry and a gross-out comedy: hilarious, raucous and totally outrageous. For this February edition, Terracotta are very pleased to be hosting the first UK screening of VULGARIA outside of the festival circuit and promise an experience you won't forget.

The monthly residency will offer the chance to enjoy Asian films regularly on the big screen, right in the heart of London. “Terracotta Film Club” aims to keep Asian films in cinemas, via showing a mix of both classics and new releases, and to introduce the next generation of film fans to Asian cinema.

For further information please visit the Prince Charles Cinema website. Tickets are available at a price of Ł6.50 (or Ł4 to Prince Charles Cinema members). Doors open at 8.45pm for a 9pm start.

VULGARIA will also be appearing on Third Window DVD and Blu-ray from April 15th.



About Anthony Nield
Anthony hails from Cheltenham and has been writing about film for the best part of a decade. His particular obsessions include British and experimental cinema, non-fiction, and films that have fallen by the wayside. You'll find him reviewing such works in the DVD and Blu-ray sections, plus the occasional feature.