“The Last Real Bond Film”
On July 13, 2011, Lars Gahlin and Mats-Ola Pålsson met to watch a couple of James Bond films. Then the idea was born that "one should make the last real Bond film".
6 years later it was the premiere in Strömsnäsbruk Folkets hus for BLACK LIGHT - The last real Bond film.
The film is made with zero budget and has never been intended to generate profit, instead all proceeds are donated in full to Children in Need. At least 12,000 people have already seen it.
Now the film is coming to Gothenburg! There will be a big gala evening at the Volvo Museum in Arendal, Göteborg on September 27, in connection with the “Children in need” starting their fundraising week 2019.
Secure your place by buying ticket, see below.
Entrance from 17:30, mingle, photography & welcome drinks
Movie show starts at 18:15 with introduction by the authors
Book ticket by swishing SEK 100 to 9019506 (Radiohjälpen World's Children), marked with film1
Proof of payment is valid as a ticket to the show.
The film is 90 minutes long and children are allowed in the company of an adult.
Read more about the film in the Facebook group: www.facebook.com/densistariktigabondfilmen/ where you can also see trailers from the film.