Exclusive Members’ Invitation:
Discount online tickets to ‘The Heiresses’
We’re delighted to extend Palace Movie Club Members and their guests a special offer to attend an advance screening of the exquisite new drama The Heiresses (M), awarded Best Film at the 2018 Sydney Film Festival, ahead of its official 23 May release.
Advance Screenings online-only ticket offer:
Friday 17 May, Saturday 18 May & Sunday 19 May inclusive
NSW/VIC/ACT/WA: Movie Club Tickets $12* each | Golden Club Tickets $10* each
QLD: Movie Club Tickets $11.50* each | Golden Club Tickets $8.50* each
Offer is valid for advance online purchases only. Max 4 tickets per member, per session.
Select “PCOFF1” ticket type for Movie Club tickets, and the “PCGOLD” ticket type when booking Golden Club tickets.
Not valid for Palace Platinum sessions.
A valid Palace Movie Club membership card must be presented when collecting/redeeming tickets.
*Standard booking fees apply.
Winner of both the Berlinale Silver Bear for Best Actress and the prestigious Alfred Bauer Prize for opening new perspectives, and awarded Best Film at the 2018 Sydney Film Festival, writer/director Marcelo Martinessi’s stunning debut drama THE HEIRESSES is an immersive and emotionally compelling look into the lives of the privileged, through the tribulations of a hesitant woman in quiet crisis.
Asunción, Paraguay, 2013. Sixty-somethings Chela (Ana Brun, superb in her debut performance) and Chiquita (Margarita Irún), both descendants of rich families, have been living together for more than thirty years, largely insulated from the troubles of the outside world. Times have changed though, and with debts mounting, the pair begins to sell off some precious heirlooms. Ultimately the financial situation proves untenable, and convicted of petty fraud, Chiquita is sent to prison by a court order.
Suddenly, the sheltered Chela must fend for herself. Swallowing her pride, she reluctantly begins working as a chauffeur for the other wealthy women of the neighbourhood. The changed circumstances lead her to, perhaps for the first time, contemplate her life and choices…