Since its release back in 2001, ‘Ghost World’ – the story of two socially awkward pals and their new, unlikely third wheel – has become a cult classic coming-of-age film.
Starring a young Scarlett Johansson and Thora Birch, alongside a characteristically odd Steve Buscemi, it’s a must-watch for anyone who’s ever felt the awkward growing pains of being young and a bit lost (aka all of us).
On September 28 you’ve got the chance to really submerge yourself in the weird world of Enid, Rebecca and co.
Landing at the Troxy for one night, director Terry Zwigoff and Cinema Paradiso Recordings will be presenting an immersive screening of the film, complete with a live soundtrack, installations, a Q&A with Terry himself and more stuff to be announced soon.
The night will also feature a screening of Zwigoff’s documentary ‘Crumb’ – about the life and work of underground cartoonist Robert Crumb.
Tickets are priced at £33 – sign up your most sarcastic pal and get ready for a far more enjoyable kind of ghosting.
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