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Steve Barron’s Choking Man arrives in the UK

Steve Barron’s Choking Man arrives in the UK

David Knight - 6th Nov 2008

Now at last, <em>Choking Man</em>, Steve Barron's most recent feature film - and his first completely independent production - arrives in the UK for it's British theatrical premiere with an exclusive run at the BFI Southbank. Combining psychological drama and magical realism, <em>Choking Man</em> captures the experience of an immigrant worker, his fellow workers and customers in a New York diner in a highly original and touching fashion. Steven Soderbergh has described <em>Choking Man</em> as "everything an independent film should be". <em>Choking Man</em>, a Ghost Robot production, will be showing at BFI Southbank from the 14th - 30th November, and there's a special screening on Saturday 15th November in which the film will be followed by a Q&amp;A with Steve Barron discussing the film. Tickets are available from the Box Office at BFI Southbank and on the <a href="http://www.bfi.org.uk/whatson/node/6636utm_source=sbfs3&amp;utm_medium=internal&amp;utm_campaign=sbfs">website </a>. <strong>Watch the <em>Choking Man</em> trailer <a href="http://www.chokingman.com/main.html">here</a></strong>

Now at last, Choking Man, Steve Barron's most recent feature film - and his first completely independent production - arrives in the UK for it's British theatrical premiere with an exclusive run at the BFI Southbank.

Now at last, <em>Choking Man</em>, Steve Barron's most recent feature film - and his first completely independent production - arrives in the UK for it's British theatrical premiere with an exclusive run at the BFI Southbank. Combining psychological drama and magical realism, <em>Choking Man</em> captures the experience of an immigrant worker, his fellow workers and customers in a New York diner in a highly original and touching fashion. Steven Soderbergh has described <em>Choking Man</em> as "everything an independent film should be". <em>Choking Man</em>, a Ghost Robot production, will be showing at BFI Southbank from the 14th - 30th November, and there's a special screening on Saturday 15th November in which the film will be followed by a Q&amp;A with Steve Barron discussing the film. Tickets are available from the Box Office at BFI Southbank and on the <a href="http://www.bfi.org.uk/whatson/node/6636utm_source=sbfs3&amp;utm_medium=internal&amp;utm_campaign=sbfs">website </a>. <strong>Watch the <em>Choking Man</em> trailer <a href="http://www.chokingman.com/main.html">here</a></strong>

Combining psychological drama and magical realism, Choking Man captures the experience of an immigrant worker, his fellow workers and customers in a New York diner in a highly original and touching fashion. Steven Soderbergh has described Choking Man as "everything an independent film should be".

Now at last, <em>Choking Man</em>, Steve Barron's most recent feature film - and his first completely independent production - arrives in the UK for it's British theatrical premiere with an exclusive run at the BFI Southbank. Combining psychological drama and magical realism, <em>Choking Man</em> captures the experience of an immigrant worker, his fellow workers and customers in a New York diner in a highly original and touching fashion. Steven Soderbergh has described <em>Choking Man</em> as "everything an independent film should be". <em>Choking Man</em>, a Ghost Robot production, will be showing at BFI Southbank from the 14th - 30th November, and there's a special screening on Saturday 15th November in which the film will be followed by a Q&amp;A with Steve Barron discussing the film. Tickets are available from the Box Office at BFI Southbank and on the <a href="http://www.bfi.org.uk/whatson/node/6636utm_source=sbfs3&amp;utm_medium=internal&amp;utm_campaign=sbfs">website </a>. <strong>Watch the <em>Choking Man</em> trailer <a href="http://www.chokingman.com/main.html">here</a></strong>

Choking Man, a Ghost Robot production, will be showing at BFI Southbank from the 14th - 30th November, and there's a special screening on Saturday 15th November in which the film will be followed by a Q&A with Steve Barron discussing the film.

Now at last, <em>Choking Man</em>, Steve Barron's most recent feature film - and his first completely independent production - arrives in the UK for it's British theatrical premiere with an exclusive run at the BFI Southbank. Combining psychological drama and magical realism, <em>Choking Man</em> captures the experience of an immigrant worker, his fellow workers and customers in a New York diner in a highly original and touching fashion. Steven Soderbergh has described <em>Choking Man</em> as "everything an independent film should be". <em>Choking Man</em>, a Ghost Robot production, will be showing at BFI Southbank from the 14th - 30th November, and there's a special screening on Saturday 15th November in which the film will be followed by a Q&amp;A with Steve Barron discussing the film. Tickets are available from the Box Office at BFI Southbank and on the <a href="http://www.bfi.org.uk/whatson/node/6636utm_source=sbfs3&amp;utm_medium=internal&amp;utm_campaign=sbfs">website </a>. <strong>Watch the <em>Choking Man</em> trailer <a href="http://www.chokingman.com/main.html">here</a></strong>

Tickets are available from the Box Office at BFI Southbank and on the website .

Now at last, <em>Choking Man</em>, Steve Barron's most recent feature film - and his first completely independent production - arrives in the UK for it's British theatrical premiere with an exclusive run at the BFI Southbank. Combining psychological drama and magical realism, <em>Choking Man</em> captures the experience of an immigrant worker, his fellow workers and customers in a New York diner in a highly original and touching fashion. Steven Soderbergh has described <em>Choking Man</em> as "everything an independent film should be". <em>Choking Man</em>, a Ghost Robot production, will be showing at BFI Southbank from the 14th - 30th November, and there's a special screening on Saturday 15th November in which the film will be followed by a Q&amp;A with Steve Barron discussing the film. Tickets are available from the Box Office at BFI Southbank and on the <a href="http://www.bfi.org.uk/whatson/node/6636utm_source=sbfs3&amp;utm_medium=internal&amp;utm_campaign=sbfs">website </a>. <strong>Watch the <em>Choking Man</em> trailer <a href="http://www.chokingman.com/main.html">here</a></strong>

Watch the Choking Man trailer here

David Knight - 6th Nov 2008

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