Mr Stein Goes Online <br>(Un profil pour deux)

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Mr Stein Goes Online
(Un profil pour deux)


Raffertys Theatre


03 August - 18 August 2018

Event Type

Cinema Screening


In a riotous new millennial twist on the Cyrano de Bergerac story, writer-director Stéphane Robelin (All Together, 2011) creates a dream role for one of France’s supreme elder farceurs, the formidably talented Pierre Richard (The Tall Blond Man with One Black Shoe, 1973; The Fugitives, 1986).

Pierre is a retired widower who hasn’t left his house for two years. On the insistence of his daughter, he learns how to indulge in the delights of the Internet, thanks to some patience from a young man, Alex (Yaniss Lespert, What’s in a Name?, 2012), who is hired as Pierre’s computer tutor.

On a dating site, Pierre meets the young and gorgeous ‘flora63’ (Fanny Valette, Little Jerusalem, 2005) who wants to meet him. But, given Pierre has used Alex’s head shot for his profile, he needs to convince Alex to take his place at the rendezvous.

From Brussels to inner city Paris, Mr Stein Goes Online serves up generous helpings of laughter.

Language: French with English subtitles
Classification: M – Course language and sexualised imagery
Distributor: Rialto Distribution

Dates & Times:
Friday 3 August 2018 at 7pm
Saturday 11 August 2018 at 7pm
Saturday 18 August 2018 at 2:30pm

Ticket Options

Members Adult $12
Members Concession $9
Members 30 Club $9
Adult $15
Concession $12
F/T Student $12
Transaction fees apply
Screen $1.65


Approximately 1 hour 41 minutes (No interval)

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