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Franco Namibian Cultural Centre to screen outdoors film about Santa Claus

Franco Namibian Cultural Centre to screen outdoors film about Santa Claus

The Franco Namibia Cultural Centre will join in spreading the festive cheer and will show a Christmas movie “Santa Claus” by Alexandre Coffre, during a special outdoor screening on 6 December at 19:30 and entrance fee is N$40.

The movie takes place on a Christmas night, where Antoine a six year old boy has only one idea in mind, to meet Santa Claus and to take a sleight ride with him in the stars. So when Santa falls, as if by magic, on his balcony, Antoine is too amazed to see through the burglar’s Santa Claus disguise.

Santa Claus is a French movie that will please both adults and children and is a great way to get the whole family in a Christmas spirit. Therefore the FNCC encourages everyone to come see this move, because it will ignite the Christmas spirit.

They have also confirmed that those who play along and show up dressed up for Christmas will receive a free bag of popcorn.


 

 

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