Film: Last Cab To Darwin and Q & A with Dying With Dignity Canada Victoria Chapter

Join Movie Monday for a timely 2-hour drama from Australia, Last Cab To Darwin, followed by a Q & A with Dying With Dignity Canada Victoria Chapters Co-chairs, Ellen Agger and Jeffrey Brooks (around 8:30pm). Film by donation. Visit our DWDC information table in the lobby. Speak with Victoria Chapter volunteers.

"Rex is a loner, a cabbie in a small town with just a few mates. When he's told he doesn't have long to live, he embarks on an epic drive through the Australian outback from Broken Hill to Darwin to die on his own terms. On his way he picks up some companions, a rudderless young indigenous drifter and English barmaid nurse-turned-backpacker. Their adventures together, as well as what Rex learns from the doctor who might help him die, the legal system and his own heart, lead him to a decision that surprises even himself. Terrific cast, Australian locations and wonderful score enhance this very human story. Come early for live music from The Big Wee."

Watch the trailer:

There is room for 100 in the theatre and for 5 wheelchairs. Additional seating for 20-30 and a monitor available in the lobby for overflow.

Parking is available at the Caribbean Apartments, east of the theatre off Fort St. Or ride your bike -- remember night lights!

More about Movie Monday:

November 14, 2016 at 6:30pm - 9:15pm
Eric Martin Theatre (Movie Monday)
1943 Fort St
(at the corner of Fort St at Lee Ave; use the south entrance facing Fort St)
Victoria, BC V8R 4Z3
Google map and directions
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