Silo Park Cinema presents: The Intouchables

Last night’s outdoor movie screening at Silo Park was of French film, The Intouchables. A truly lovely story about friendship. It was a good turnout with a very responsive audience.

SiloPark - TheIntouchables

The starlit sky was clear, the Auckland harbour bridge was fluctuating with colours in the background, and the superyacht anchored in the harbour had left its purple hued lights on, adding to the visually pleasing atmosphere.


During the 15 minute intermission, not content in my spot, I decided to climb a nearby staircase and watch the remainder of the movie from above. I was surprised more people weren’t up there with me. It was a good view.

This was my first time at a Silo movie screening. I had always been meaning to attend one, and not only did a friend send me an invite for this particular screening, but the movie trailer alone was enough to convince me to go:

The Intouchables is a 2011 French comedy-drama film directed by Olivier Nakache and Éric Toledano. An unlikely friendship develops between a wealthy quadriplegic (François Cluzet) and his caretaker (Omar Sy), just released from prison.

~ by Fionnlagh on March 21, 2015.

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