Underground cinema in Brockley

What would have been really great is at the end of the film what the person had learned was: "You know what, 'there is nothing but fear, desperation and murder.'" Actually, the last thing that should have happened is that she goes back to America, she goes to Hollywood and Werner Herzog tells her that there is no God. The end.

The People's Picturehouse is an underground cinema movement, currently squatting somewhere in Brockley. They are planning a Werner Herzog double bill this Saturday, January 22nd, from 8pm.

They say:

The People's Picturehouse is proud to present: a Werner Herzog double bill.

This Saturday we will be showing Lessons of Darkness (52m) and Encounters at the End of the World (99m), by the very wonderful Werner Herzog.

Situated in a secret squatted location in Brockley, South London, the Picturehouse is run out of the old bar/ballroom area. Entrance is free and film fans should email uscsquatcrew@gmail.com for guestlist and address details.