Win passes to see SOME KIND OF LOVE in Toronto!
If you live in Toronto you can enter for a chance to win movie passes to see SOME KIND OF LOVE! SOME KIND OF LOVE, opens at the Carlton on June 12. SOME KIND OF LOVE will have a special screening on June 13 at Jackman Hall with filmmakers in attendance!
Saturday, June 13th
6:00PM and 8:00PM
To enter is simple. Fill out the form below and submit your info!
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Winners will be chosen at random and will be notified via e-mail. Contest deadline is June 7th at 11:59am. This contest is open to Canadian residents only. Good luck!
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Some Kind of Love is a film about two vastly different siblings who are anything but ideal housemates. A world-famous scientist and a revered artist grapple with the challenges of their reunion in filmmaker Thomas Burstyn’s moving documentary about family, duty, and reconciliation.
On one of the world’s most expensive London streets, artist and designer, Yolanda Sonnabend has enjoyed a romantic, life-long bohemia in the family home worth millions. Now overtaken from decades of neglect, with every inch of it crammed with artworks, books and bric-a-brac, Yolanda is both “a prisoner of rubbish” as well as of her own encroaching dementia – which is taking a toll as she struggles with her final commissioned portrait.
Meanwhile, after a career committed to science and patients, brother and world-famous New York AIDS physician, Dr. Joseph Sonnabend has reluctantly returned to a country he has little affection for, to a house he hates and his sister who shows early signs of dementia. Bound by duty, he is struggling to cope with her deterioration. Sustained by music, argument and research Joseph longs for order and would like to sell the house and move somewhere warm.
Into this heady mix comes filmmaker and the pair’s nephew, Thomas Burstyn, who in filming his aunt and uncle affords us a rare encounter of a family as much in need of repair as the home in which they live. This is a world full of genius, passion and conflict in an ultimately tender portrait of love.
Screening in select cinemas in Vancouver, Ottawa and Toronto from June 5 – 25, 2015
Distributed by: Union Pictures