‘Wild, intelligent, pulsating, provocative and vibrantly alive.’
‘A substantial, sophisticated, yet briskly paced and always highly entertaining drama.’
IMPORTANT UPDATE FOR LOTTERYWEST FILMS
As a condition of entry to Lotterywest Films, patrons must show proof of their COVID-19 vaccination status and wear a mask.
To help our staff assist your entry, please allow extra time by arriving early and bring your proof of vaccination, a valid ID or a medical exemption.
Acceptable forms of vaccination proof are:
- A COVID-19 digital certificate;
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- An immunisation history statement
- Or a medical exemption
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Masks are required to be worn at Lotterywest Films at least until 6pm on Friday 7 January.
Please ensure you wear a properly fitted mask at the venue. Anyone who is present without a mask and without a valid exemption will be denied entry.
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Known for erotic sensations like Basic Instinct and Showgirls, director Paul Verhoeven is back with his steamy period melodrama that shook up Cannes and divided the critics.
In the late 17th century, with plague ravaging the land, Benedetta Carlini joins a Tuscan convent as a novice. Capable from an early age of performing miracles, she suffers from disturbing religious and erotic visions. When she begins a passionate affair with a newcomer to the convent, Benedetta develops stigmata and the church powers that be must decide if she’s faking it – and whether that even matters.
Benedetta mixes the serious and provocative with humour and self-aware outrageousness. It has all of Verhoeven’s trademark violence and shock factor sex scenes, but it’s also a sensuous, sophisticated and highly entertaining film exploring issues of power, dominance and faith.
DirectorPaul VerhoevenCastVirginie Efira, Charlotte Rampling, Daphne Patakia, Lambert WilsonWriterDavid Birke, Judith C. Brown, (book), Paul VerhoevenCinematographerJeanne LapoirieEditorJob ter BurgProducerSaïd Ben Saïd, Michel Merkt, Jérôme SeydouxMusicAnne Dudley
Seats cannot be saved prior to gates opening at 6pm.
Any items left on seats prior to 6pm will be taken to lost property.
Picnics and BYO drinks are very welcome. There is various seating available including deck chairs, bean bags and regular chairs. There is limited seating within the venue.
Please note, reserving seats for friends who do not have a ticket does not guarantee them entry.
It's a good idea to get to the cinema early to get your seat.
Voucher packs will be issued as Mobile Tickets. You can track how many you have remaining when logged into your account online. Simply login and look for the 'Upcoming Events' tab in your account.
How to Redeem
You can now redeem your voucher for a specific session before the night.
To do this simply contact our friendly box office team up until 12pm the day of the session you’d like to attend and tell them which film, date and how many vouchers you'd like to use.
To redeem in advance contact us by WebChat (see bottom corner of the screen) or phone only.
Please note for a weekend film you must contact us by midday Friday.
You can still redeem vouchers at the door, though note this is subject to capacity availability. We recommend redeeming in advance to avoid missing out. We will communicate availability via our social channels.
Don’t forget about Cheap Tuesdays!
$11 tickets for concession card holders (including Seniors and Students) when purchased at the venue.
In the mood for pizza? Grab a delicious pie before the film from Charlies Pizza. You can also grab all kinds of refreshments including drinks and treats from the bar.
Feel free to BYO booze and enjoy a picnic.
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3 – 9 Jan
Gates open 6pm | Films start 8pm Lotterywest Films, Somerville Auditorium, UWA, 35 Stirling Hwy, Crawley, WA, 6009 / Godroo
French with English subtitles
Seating by general admission.
Film screenings are subject to weather conditions.
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