"Let's not get caught"
All around the world, women's right are under attack. In Australia, domestic violence is at epidemic proportions. It's never a bad idea to bolster your spirits and watch Thelma & Louise, although International Women's Day makes for perfect timing.
The 1991 story of two lovable Arkansas women on the run (Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis) remains inspirational and funny, a parable for our times.
It won a well deserved Oscar for Best Original Screenplay for Callie Khouri. It's also notable for introducing to the screen a promising young man caled Brad Pitt, and for being the other great girlpower movie (after Alien) on the long, uneven resume of director Ridley Scott.
Tickets are just $15 and include a free wine or beer, and $2 from each ticket will go to the Luke Batty Foundation, which raises community awareness and lobbies the government on preventing family violence.