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Free “Life of Pi” Tickets for a DC Screening November 12

posted by Nell Minow

I’m thrilled to have 25 pairs of tickets to give away for a Washington DC screening of “The Life of Pi,” Ang Lee’s spectacularly beautiful film based on the best-selling book about a teenager and a tiger who survive a shipwreck and must find a way to survive.  It is rated PG “for emotional thematic content throughout and some scary action sequences and peril,” and I am recommending it for middle schoolers and up.  The tickets will go to the first 25 who respond, so log in right away.  And REMEMBER: screening tickets do not guarantee that you will get in.  Seating is first come, first served so get there early!

 

For your complimentary tickets log onto www.gofobo.com/rsvp and input the following code: BLFA49J to download your tickets.

 



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