Today we have some tickets to go see Martha Marcy May Marlene. This is an advanced screening so it’s free, and you get to see it before everyone else gets too! How’s that for awesome? This screening will be for Thursday, October 27th at 7pm at the Pacific Place theater. Sorry for you non Seattle residents, this is really only for them. And please only try to redeem the below code if you can go and actually see the screening. This is a limited edition pass, only a certain number of tickets are available and we prefer only people who can actually use them to redeem them.
Now onto the movie!
Elizabeth Olsen stars in director Sean Durkin’s psychological thriller, MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE, about a young woman who undergoes an explosive crisis of identity after escaping the confines of a rural cult-like farming community. Trapped by unsettling flashes of memories from the past and visions of a perilous future, she becomes taken over by an unsettling sense of fear, leaving her consumed by paranoia and a mysterious burden of guilt.
The film, winner of the Best Director Award at this year’s Sundance Film Festival and the Cannes Prix de la Jeunesse, begins with Martha (Elizabeth Olsen in her feature film debut) running from an idyllic farmhouse into the woods of Upstate New York. Terrified, and with nowhere to turn, she calls the estranged sister she hasn’t seen in years (Sarah Paulson), and suddenly finds herself in a lush, lakeside Connecticut summerhouse with Lucy and her new husband Ted (Hugh Dancy). Yet, the beauty and comfort of Martha’s new surroundings clash with everything she is feeling as a secret fugitive from an unexplainable world, and so long away from society’s rules, she is unable to act in a way others find normal.
Martha may have run away, but she still is held captive by memories that slowly, devastatingly, begin to creep up on her. Seeping into her fledgling new life, revealing all that she has been through, from the innocent desire for familial love that brought her to a secluded farm commune to her chilling relationship with the fatherly but manipulative community leader Patrick (John Hawkes). Building, until they expose the heart-stopping source of her mounting dread.
The result is a closely observed tale of psychological suspense that is also an arresting meditation on identity, vulnerability and the hunger for family in forms both tender and dangerous.
So the for the passes to see Martha Marcy May Marlene. What you need to do is head on over to gofobo.com, and enter this code: PLTNLRHV. Again, this is for a limited number of passes so once all of them are used up, they code will no longer work.
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