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Foreign Film Fridays at Le Bonheur

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Nestling in the verdant northern Simonsberg, Le Bonheur wine estate is fast becoming a sought-after destination for lovers of cinema nouveau and good wine.

Every last Friday of the month is dubbed Foreign Film Friday at Le Bonheur.

The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie, a 1972 surrealist French film, directed by Luis Buñuel and written by Jean-Claude Carrière in collaboration with the director, will be screened on February 24.  South Africa’s literary heritage will be celebrated on March 30 with a showing of the 2007 documentary by Mozambique-born South African film and documentary maker Helena Nogueira, called Ingrid Jonker: her Lives and Time.

Foreign Film Fridays start at 18:30, cost R125 per person for the film, a hearty traditional meal and delicious Le Bonheur wine, or R55 per person for only the film and wine.